Introducing an amazing artist known as The Sunshine State born in Las Vegas, Skyler moved to Los Angeles shortly after graduating high school to pursue a career in music. However, a breast cancer diagnosis put things on hold for a little while. After successfully battling the disease, Skyler's experience, determination, and gusto became a clear catalyst for her burgeoning career. "[Breast cancer] doesn't define me," Stonestreet shared with Ones To Watch. "But now I want to help other people who are going through it. And I want girls to know that they should feel okay in their own skin."The Sunshine State feels like a true representation of Skyler as an artist in her own right. The LA-native creates an altered state full of dreamy landscapes and distorted guitars by diving into her roots of live instruments and ambient vocals. "It’s taken me a long time to figure out exactly what I want to do with my music and I feel like this crazy 2020 has actually helped unlock that (but more it’s because of the help of two of my favorite humans. I feel like I have honestly lived a lot of different lives, some that I have never really looked at, or acknowledged. I think I got too good at pretending they didn’t exist, so I felt like writing about them all." With the release of her newest single "Bob", she projects a very captivating track that will surely grasp your ears. Beginning the song with upbeat instrumentation leading onto her sweet and full vocals she completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further it's about the classic bad boy the song entails bonfires and beer bottles crashing on the floor. A chipped tooth, a quick fling, and the feeling that sometimes it doesn’t matter if the person is right or wrong for you because freedom and new adventure are the only things on your mind. To the vocals and production, this track will certainly have your head bumping. Being just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "BoB" and check out her discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.