Doc Suess

  1. Exclusive Interview 


    What inspires you the most when you create? I am inspired by experience. Life in general. Ups, downs, achievements, failures, trials and tribulations. I write music about what I have experienced and express my feelings of happiness, anger, sadness, excitement and everything in between. One of the biggest inspirations is the fans

    Top 5 Influences? Top five influences in no particular order are Eminem, 2pac, Wu Tang Clan, Nas & Outkast

    New Projects? I have three projects in the works right now. My 2nd solo album ‘Chemically Dependent: Emotionally Vacant’ is being mixed and mastered and due for release in September 2018. The second mixtape in RhymeSick’s ‘Ghost Stories’ series ‘Ghost Stories’Vol 2″ is due for release in December 2018. A double album I’m working on with Duke Wallace called ‘Doc & Duke/Suess & Wallace’ will be released early 2019.

    What got you into music? I decided I was going to do hip hop when I was 6 years old and had many people in my life support. By 15 I was recording in home studios and performing at local venues in my home town. I began to branch out traveling up and down I-25 from Wyoming to Denver to Albuquerque selling CDs and booking shows around 19 years old. In 2015 I co founded RhymeSick with Statik G & AlpHaMatic and moved our headquarters to Denver, Colorado

    Anything to tell your fans? One thing I would tell my fans is thank you for your continued support and love it’s greatly appreciated!

    Biggest goals for 2018? My biggest goals for 2018 are to continue to book tours and branch out into the mainstream keeping lyricism and hip hop alive

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