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 son and 2 daughters, is what drives Siccness to achieve success.

Because of the inspiration of hip-hop greats like 2pac, Scarface, Brotha Lynch, Defari, 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. In 2006 Siccness started to make a name for himself with the release of his first street album titled “Here I Come”. And In 2008,Siccness built an even bigger buzz with his second street album which was titled “The Orange County Zoo”.

In 2010 Siccness established his own company in Siccness Music, launched his website ( and his Siccness Store which includes his own branded merchandise. In July 2010 Siccness then went on to release his debut EP titled “I Am Siccness”.

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 and Landed himself a Recording Contract with LRT/Universal Music Group in November of 2010. Since then Siccness has taken his music to a whole other level.

Then the Orange County native finished up his second EP which is titled “Bottom Line”, which was put out via LRT/Universal Music Group where Siccness had a newly signed Digital Distribution deal, the EP was released on March 29, 2011. When asked about the new EP Siccness said “I guarantee this is some of my best work yet”.

At the end of 2011 Siccness decided to part ways with LRT/Universal Music Group, The reason stated by Siccness was because he and the Labels were not on the same page so he wanted to go a different route. Shortly after Siccness announced that he signed a new deal with Bad Seed Entertainment to start off 2012 where he will get Worldwide Digital & Physical Distribution. Siccness has officially completed his full length LP titled “ME” which Will Release in Late 2018. And as far as this album goes Siccness & Epademik are saying that it’s going to be “A Big Sound That’s Larger Then Life”. In the mean time Siccness released a brand new Mixtape titled “WALTER” on Valentines Day 2016. Currently Siccness is in the studio working on his Collaborative (EP) with Epademik called “WALTER & WHITEY” Due out March 2018, Siccness is also currently working on his 3rd (EP) produced entirely by Bad Seed Faculty Producer “T-DUBB” which is due out Mid 2018.

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, Spice 1 and has headlined shows himself, as well as going on tour.