Edwin Owusu is a public speaking and debate coach at the University of Vermont holding a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master's degree in English. He is better known by his stage name SINNN and has been a mainstay in Burlington, Vermont’s music scene for the better part of two decades.
Born in Ghana and raised in the Bronx, he is A hip-hop and Afrobeats artist. The music is composed of shareable moments from his journey disseminated to audiences through meticulous attention to detail. Some he's shared the stage with include local greats like the David Grippo Funk Band & Myra Flynn as well as national acts like Jennifer Hartswick, Wyclef Jean, LEDISI, Gyptian, Pusha T, Wu-Tang Clan, Wale, & more!
Edwin is also a Hip-Hop music instructor and teaches a Rhetoric of Hip-Hop seminar course.