Meet Siksinzo, a U.S.-based artist who found his calling in music after experiencing heartbreak. Influenced by artists like Juice Wrld, Scarlxrd, Bvdlvd, and Iann Dior, Siksinzo blends rap and metal to create a unique sound. His most important song, “Starting Over,” encapsulates the desire to move on from past mistakes and offers a message of hope and resilience. Siksinzo invites listeners to connect with his music, especially those who are navigating the complexities of love, pain, and addiction. Currently working on an album titled “The Void,” he envisions himself touring and sharing his music on a global stage in the next five years. Siksinzo also shares a humorous studio moment where a vocal glitch turned into a creative asset. Dive in to discover an artist who turns life’s struggles into relatable and transformative music.

Interview with Siksinzo

Tell us about yourself, who are you and where do you come from?

Hello my name is Siksinzo, and I come from the place called the United States.

How was your passion for music born? Who are your idols?

When I was younger, I never really thought about being a music artist; I actually wanted to be an actor. But it really took a turn when I was in love with a girl who went and left me for someone else. So I can kind of say it pushed a button in me, and I started to make music. My idols that I look up to are Juice Wrld, Scarlxrd, Bvdlvd, and Iann Dior.

What kind of music do you do?

The music I make is a mixture right now I can say I make rap and metal.

What is the most important song for you? What message do you want to convey to the listener?

The most important song to me is called “Starting Over” as you can tell it is me wanting to start over from all the things I did in the past but I can’t change it. I want my listeners to know that no matter what happens in life we will make it and we will get through this together.

Why should a listener who doesn’t know you listen to your music?

I think they should listen to me because I know it is hard and that love can hurt but we will all get better it takes time but we will over come this, and also because I went and i am still going through pain and addiction and I know what it is like and it can be scary sometimes. I plan to make all kinds of relatable stuff and things that need to be talked about.

What are your future projects? Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?

I am working on an album called “The Void” and it goes into life problems and struggles I am going through. I do see myself in five years on stage touring and sharing the world my music and making my family proud.

Tell our readers a funny episode that happened in your career as an artist.

There was this one time when I was recording one of my songs and there was some glitch in the vocal that happen to be actually good so we kept it in there and boom a glitchy verse was made.