Happy Autism Acceptance Month: Cory Singer releases new video for "Break of Dawn"
Cory Singer’s latest track, “Break of Dawn,” is delightful to listen to without visuals, but the accompanying music video elevates the track to the next level. The energy of this video is just as infectious as the song it’s for, with Singer bringing a unique playfulness and sense of companionship to the track as shots cut between him singing, playing his guitar, and just hanging out on the outskirts of New York City. The video’s presentation of Singer as one of the street musicians one would expect to see everywhere in New York adds a clever layer of familiarity while also affecting an air of undiscovered musical genius just waiting to be uncovered. Overall, this video is a fun–and warm, despite the overcast sky–accompaniment to an already stellar track. Singer’s rhythm is contagious, and the listener shouldn’t mind catching it at all.
Cory Singer has become a social media & TikTok sensation as an autism advocate, coining the phrase “let’s normalize autism.” With over 403k followers and 13 million likes (TikTok) and full verification across Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, he promotes positivity by inspiring others with his unique brand, music, and personal experiences of having autism himself.
Cory has had much success with his recent singles including “Someone” released in March of 2021 which premiered in People Magazine during Autism Awareness Month.
His latest single “Break of Dawn” takes his fans from his lonely heartbreak of not having someone to love and accept him (Someone) to his current status of finding the right “one."
Some of Cory’s accomplishments include BRAVO TV’s singing competition "The Kandi Factory," winning the grand prize (single and music video release). Multi Grammy Award winner Kandi Burruss penned Cory’s winning song “I Can Do Anything."
Cory was nominated for Best Vocal Performance in 2013 for his role in Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro’s The Last Romance in Broadway World Magazine.
“Break of Dawn” was written by Singer and Produced by multi-Grammy Winner Producer Joe "The Butcher" Nicolo, and was exclusively premiered in Hollywood Life. Cory was also recently seen in E! News for an Autism Acceptance Month feature.