David Usher, a well-known Canadian singer and songwriter, was born in 1996 in England. David’s family traveled many countries besides living in England. His father is a professor at Queen's University in Kingston. His father belongs to Jewish faith and his mother belongs to Buddhist faith. His mother often likes to go to temples in Thailand. Her mother is an artist. David has a sister who lives in Malaysia. David attended KCVI high school in Kingston. He was influenced by "house rap". And he was a part of a band known as "True Hype Crue". In a video of the band David played an interesting role, wearing his baggy pants, leather hat and pony-tail. To pursue a career in music and study political science David moved to Vancouver. He went to Fraser University to achieve his degree in political science. He participated in events like Music West Conference.
He was able to meet a band called Moist and began writing songs very seriously. He was the frontman for Moist. The band was touring in many places and became famous. David started writing almost all the lyrics of Moist. He concentrated on the themes of the lyrics and chose to put political images in the lyrics. He worked very hard and used to wake up at 6 AM. David was a successful member of the band who used to make fun on the stage like pouring water and doing strange things. He has a great voice and could sing softy as well as loudly. But later on, he got severe back pain which never permitted him to do any strange thing on the stage. David released a solo album entitled "Little Songs." And most of the recordings were done in David’s apartment. It is heard that he is busy writing a book of literature. He has released seven albums. Most of his albums are able to get a top position on many charts.
Usher married Sabrina Reeves who is a photographer. They are living happily with their two daughters: Coco and Océane Danayia. Usher is a kind person who is involved in War Child Canada, Amnesty International and White Ribbon Campaign.
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