Baltimore born R&B artist Cyrus first hit the stage at a very young age, the accomplished singer/songwriter has emerged as one of Baltimore's brightest prospects. Deeply rooted in the R&B and Pop influences of artists like Donnie Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, and Barry White, Cyrus's smooth vocal offerings often conjure up images of Stax and Philly soul. His mature and dynamic stage presence will capture fans both locally and nationally, and his other talents as a songwriter and vocal arranger have truly made him a unique musical entity. From a family of singers and musicians, it was inevitable that he would continue the tradition. Cyrus is a very unique vocalist with a very unique voice. The blending of his rich gospel roots and the Rhythm and Blues that he was raised on is fused into his version of the newly emerging neo-soul sounds that are capturing the contemporary radio airways. Raised in Baltimore, Maryland and deeply rooted in the Bethel AME Church, it was in the Church that he discovered his gift and love of music. Performing since age 8, he can be considered a 'true veteran in this Industry. Cyrus first came to the attention of Trebor Records CEO, Robert C. Bell at a talent showcase present by popular Baltimore radio personality Randy Dennis. While impressed with his talent, the professional relationship came some months later as a result of a telephone call from Cyrus. The rest as we say is history. Says Bell; 'Cyrus is a tremendous talent who has demonstrated the persistence and dedication that it takes to be a major entertainer. I look for really big things to happen for Cyrus'. Cyrus is currently enjoying his first CD project and Trebor's second release, Cyrus 'Come Home'. The project went on sale February 10th, 2006. This project enclosed a collection of Robert C Bell originals 'You Could Be, 'You Oughta Be with Me', the title track 'Come Home', and 10 other tracks.