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Sisqó From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Not to be confused with Sisko, Cisco, or Sysco. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references (ideally, using inline citations). Unsourced or poorly sourced contentious material must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. Find sources: "Sisqó" — news, books, scholar (July 2008) Sisqó Birth name Mark Althavan Andrews Born November 9, 1978 (1978-11-09) (age 30) Origin Baltimore, Maryland U.S. Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, and record producer Instrument(s) Singing, piano, guitar Years active 1995 - present Label(s) Dragon Music Group Associated acts Dru Hill Mark Althavan Andrews (November 9, 1978  better known by his stage name Sisqó, is a Grammy Award-nominated American R&B singer and actor. He is best known for being the lead singer of R&B group Dru Hill, and also for "Thong Song," a song from his first solo LP, Unleash the Dragon, that became an international hit. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Solo career, acting, and Dru Hill reunion 1.2 Current work 1.3 Personal 2 Solo discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 DVDs 2.3 Singles 3 iTunes Singles 4 Filmography 4.1 Film appearances 4.2 Television appearances 5 Awards/nominations 6 References 7 External links  Biography Sisqó met future Dru Hill bandmate James "Woody" Green while in middle school. Sisqo attended Mervo and later transferred out to Baltimore City College where he met Tamir "Nokio" Ruffin. The two were later recruited by Tamir "Nokio" Ruffin to form Dru Hill, named after Druid Hill Park in Baltimore. Larry "Jazz" Anthony was also soon added to the lineup. Releasing two platinum LPs and a number of successful singles, Dru Hill was a major R&B success during the late 1990s, in no small part because of Sisqó's flamboyant stage personality. Sisqó's vocal style has a lot in common with that of K-Ci from Jodeci. As such, several people, K-Ci included, have criticized Sisqó as having co-opted K-Ci's singing style wholesale, while Sisqó himself has gone on record many times naming K-Ci as his primary influence. In between Dru Hill albums, Sisqó co-wrote the first two hit singles for labelmate Mýa. He appeared as a guest artist on the first single, "It's All About Me".  Solo career, acting, and Dru Hill reunion After Green left Dru Hill in 1999 to pursue a solo career, it was decided that the other three members would do the same. Sisqó's solo debut, Unleash the Dragon, was released on Def Soul Records in November 1999. Unleash the Dragon sold moderately at first, until the February 2000 release of its second single, a novelty "Thong Song". A runaway hit, "Thong Song" and its follow-up, "Incomplete," were major hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, with "Thong Song" making it to number three, and "Incomplete" going to #1. The success later got Sisqó a doll made of himself by Play Along Toys in 2001. Conflicts within the group prevented Dru Hill from reuniting as
planned in late 2000, and Sisqó set about recording a second solo LP. During this period, Sisqó branched out into hosting the dance competition program Sisqó's Shakedown on MTV, and film, taking on supporting roles in the films Get Over It (2001) with Kirsten Dunst and Snow Dogs (2002) with Cuba Gooding, Jr.. Although his second LP, Return of Dragon, released in June 2001, eventually went platinum, its singles "Can I Live" and "Dance With Me" performed far below expectations, and by 2002, Sisqó was back with Dru Hill, who released their third LP in late 2002. The LP underperformed, and the group was eventually released from their recording contract. Sisqó's visual trademarks are his eclectic hair styles, and his flamboyant stage costumes, which were regularly flashier than those of his group mates. Over his career as a recording artist, both with and without Dru Hill, Sisqó's hairstyles have included a bleached blonde Caesar, a platinum-colored Caesar (colored with silver spray-paint), blonde cornrows, a neon-red dyed Caesar, and a bleached blonde Mohawk.  Current work Now working as an independent recording artist, Sisqó has finished his third solo album, titled Last Dragon (to complete the trilogy), for release in 2008, but was never released. The first single, "Who's Ur Daddy" featuring the new artist E-money, has been released online, and a music video especially formatted for iPods, cell phones, and other digital devices has been released on YouTube. Sisqó appeared on CMT's Gone Country, a reality show about "non-country" artists vying to win a country music recording contract. In early 2008, the original quartet version of Dru Hill began touring alongside fellow 1990s R&B acts Tony! Toni! Toné!, Bell Biv Devoe, and their former producer Keith Sweat. On March 6, the group appeared on WERQ, a Baltimore radio station, to promote their reunion. In the midst of their interview, however, Woody announced he was quitting the group again to dedicate himself to his gospel ministry. A YouTube video shows Sisqó walking out on the interview as a result, and Woody and Nokio fighting while Jazz and the manager Kevin Peck tries to break it up.   The group held a contest in their native Baltimore for a replacement for Woody, settling upon a new singer known as Antwuan "Tao" Simpson. The group never said why they did not keep Scola in the group, although it was later stated by Nokio that "five people [mess] up the money." Before then, Scola however came out and said the reason is because Woody didn't want him in the group anymore because they had a falling out over money issues.  Dru Hill's first song leaked from their new album InDRUpendence Day and was heard in the summer of 2008 called Loose. It featuring Sisqo on lead vocals, Nokio with a talking part, Jazz and new member Tao on ad-libs at the end. The song was produced by frequent Dru Hill collaborator Darryl Pearson formally of DeVante Swing of Jodeci's Swing Mob collective. The groups first two singles will be a ballad called Away produced by Bryan Michael Cox again with Sisqo on lead vocals and "If You Fall" produced by an upcoming producer named J-Hott who is a part of group member's Nokio production crew. If You Fall is a R&B, Hip-Hop,Dance and Rock laced track with all four members on lead and Nokio on the talking ad-libs. The producers on the album include Dru Hill member Nokio, Bryan Michael Cox, Darryl Pearson, J-Hott, Wyrlie Morris, and Keith Sweat who is also producing a reality show for the group. The group has also toured with Keith Sweat and Sweat's protege's Silk, Jodeci, H-Town, Tank, Ginuwine, SWV, Changing Faces, and members of the legendary New Edition. They toured with the whole group as well as their solo acts Bell Biv DeVoe, Bobby Brown, Ralph Tresvant, and Johnny Gill who formed their own New Edition spinoff group called Heads Of State consisting of Bobby, Ralph, and Johnny.  Personal Sisqó has one daughter, Shaione, born in 1995, who featured in the Thong Song video. He dated Irish singer Samantha Mumba until 2004. He has also been linked to singer/model/actress Mýa, model/singer/actress Tera Thomas, singer Beyoncé Knowles, and actress Lisa Raye.  Solo discography  Albums 1999: Unleash the Dragon [Certified: 5x Platinum] U.S. Sales : 5,000,000 W.W. Sales : 6,000,000 2001: Return of Dragon [Certified: Platinum] U.S. Sales : 1,000,000 W.W. Sales : 3,000,000 2009/2010: The Last Dragon U.S. Sales : N/A W.W. Sales : N/A DVDs  DVDs 2000: Sisqó: The Thong Song Uncensored 2001: Sisqó: 24 Hours with Sisqó 2005: Dru Hill Hits: The Videos (includes videos for "Thong Song" and "Incomplete")  Singles 1998: "It's All About Me" (Mýa featuring Sisqó of Dru Hill) (US #6) 1999: "Got to Get It" (featuring Make It Hot) (US #39) (GER #48) 2000: "Thong Song" (a remix, "Thong Song Uncensored", features Foxy Brown and is included on the soundtrack LP for Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps) (US #3) (UK #3) (GER #15) (FR #15) 2000: "Unleash the Dragon" (featuring Beanie Sigel) (UK #6) (FR #41) 2000: "What These Bitches Want" (edited version titled "What They Want") (DMX featuring Sisqó) (US #49) 2000: "Incomplete" (US #1) (UK #13) (GER #51) 2000: "How Many Licks" (Lil' Kim featuring Sisqó) (US #75) (GER #58) 2001: "Can I Live" (featuring the Dragon Family) (GER #87) 2001: "Dance For Me" (UK #6) (GER #55) (FR #91) 2007: "Who's Ur Daddy" 2007: "Perfect Christmas" 2008: "Pop That" (Produced By Timbaland) 2009: "Club On Fire" 2009: "Already Know"  iTunes Singles "Who's Ur Daddy" November 9, 2006 "Perfect Christmas" November 29, 2006 Mixtapes: 2001: "This is the Heart" 2003: "In Da Club" 2004: "One Love" 2004: "Really Real" 2004: "So Seductive" 2005: "One Finger" 2005: "I Got It" (Sypha ft. SisQo) 2006: "Go Dumb" (Sisqo Ft. Mikel C.) 2008: "Champagne And Hennessy" 2008: "Let Me Hump On You" 2009: "Set It Off "  Filmography  Film appearances 2001: Get Over It! 2002: Snow Dogs 2003: Pieces of April 2006: Surf School  Television appearances 2000: Sisqó's Shakedown (MTV) 2001: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (episode "Really Big Season Opener", October 5, 2001) 2008: Gone Country (CMT) 2008: I Love the New Millennium, 7 episodes (VH1) 2009: Keith Sweat's platinum house (Peachtree TV) Premiere on February 23  Awards/nominations American Music Awards 2001, Favorite Male R&B/Soul Artist: (Nominated) 2001, Favorite R&B/Soul Album: Unleash the Dragon (Nominated) Billboard Music Awards 2000, Male Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year (Won) 2000, Male Artist of the Year (Won) 2000, New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year (Won) 2000, R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year (Won) 2000, R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Artist of the Year (Won) 2000, R&B/Hip-Hop Male Artist of the Year (Won) Grammy Awards 2001, Best New Artist (Nominated) 2001, Best R&B Male Vocal Performance: "Thong Song" (Nominated) 2001, Best R&B Song: "Thong Song" (Nominated) 2001, Best R&B Album: Unleash the Dragon (Nominated) MOBO Awards 2001, Best R&B Act: (Nominated) 2000, Best Video: "Thong Song" (Nominated) 2000, Best R&B Act: (Nominated) MTV Video Music Awards 2000, Best Hip-Hop Video: "Thong Song" (Won) 2000, Best New Artist: "Thong Song" (Nominated) 2000, Best Dance Video: "Thong Song" (Nominated) 2000, Best Video from a Film: "Thong Song (remix)" w/ Foxy Brown (Nominated) 2000, Viewer's Choice: "Thong Song" (Nominated) Soul Train Music Awards 2001, Favorite Male R&B/Soul Album: Unleash the Dragon (Nominated)  References ^ "Sisqo Biography". NME. Time Warner. http://www.nme.com/artists/sisqo#biography. Retrieved on 2009-01-02. ^ YouTube - Sisqó -Official Who's Ur Daddy Video ^ Dru Hill Reunites and Breaks Up On Air | Hip Hop News > HipHopDX.com ^ Make Up To Break Up | CRUNK + DISORDERLY || COMBATING BITCHASSNESS SINCE 2005 ^ Dru Hill Announce Their Newest Member at a Live Audition ^ YouTube - Dru Hill introduces their new member on Baltimore's 92Q!  External links Official Sisqó website Dragon Music Group Sisqó at the Internet Movie Database Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sisq%C3%B3" Categories: 1978 births | African American musicians | African American actors | African American singers | American dancers | American rhythm and blues singers | Def Jam Recordings artists | Dru Hill members | Living people | Musicians from Maryland | People from Baltimore, Maryland
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?227's YouTube "Chili" features these exciting YouTube music and entertainment celebrities...click onto to these 227 YouTube "Chili" links, channels and articles for the most watched YouTube hip-hop music videos in the world!
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