Hip-Hop recording artist Siccness was raised in Orange County, California in the cities of Santa Ana & Tustin, and at a young age fought his way through adversities that shape the man that he has become today. Siccness lost his father to a homicide when he was only 9 years old and soon had to take over the role as man of the house. Family, especially his daughter, is what drives Siccness to achieve success.
Because of the inspiration of hip-hop greats like 2pac, Scarface, Eminem, Big Pun, & many more, Siccness fell in love with hip-hop music. Although Siccness knows people from all over and has many acquaintances, few people get to know the real Siccness, which is best seen through his music.
With the “I Am Siccness” EP release, which is produced entirely by friend and fellow Hip-Hop recording artist Epademik, Siccness started to gain an even larger fan base all over the United States, as well as Europe and South East Asia. Siccness has taken his music to a whole other level and is ready to let the world know who he really is.
Siccness has performed at such venues as House Of Blues (Hollywood, CA), The Galaxy Theatre (Santa Ana, CA), The Rhythm Lounge (Long Beach, CA), and Velvet Jones (Santa Barbara, CA) to name a few. Siccness has opened up for such artists as Devin The Dude, Strong Arm Steady, De La Soul, Omar Cruz, KRS-One, Defari, Canibus and has headlined shows himself, as well as going on tour.
His latest video just dropped and it’s a banger. We look forward to more greatness coming from Siccness as he releases his latest video titled “That Shit Goes”.