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Sike G is Flyah

  

 Young Maryland rapper Sike G started out writing at the tender age of 12. He picked it up from his big homie C.J. while out on the Washington DC area of southeast streets. After a couple of years of writing and rapping (over 10 years to be exact) he’s back on the scene trying to do his thing. With a new songs with great hooks and a great team. SykoAkaSike G has been in groups like random genius.


Coming from a dysfunctional home Sike G ran the streets and has been in many encounters with the law. Being arrested for charges since the age of 14 but he always stayed with the music over the years. Trying to make a name for himself he turns to rap as the only thing that can get him to the place that he needs to be.

Representing PG, Md, D.C., and VA to the fullest and now in Florida Sike’s goal is to put his music on the map. Trying to get his tunes out there for other rappers to emerge and blow up with him. No doubt the realist person to ever start rapping in the city with 10 years writing experience and the lyrics to prove it. Also had show performances in club wet, club pure, roses dreams, expo, and other places. He’s really hoping with the right lyrics and support he can set the world on fire.

    Vocalizing his written lyrics from his inner most thoughts and experiences. His unique and truthful way of writing about life blessings and certain tragedies that he has encountered through out the years has made many people able to connect with him through his words. Inadequate comparability comes to mind when you hear Sike G's deep lyrical messages. 
     Over the years Sike G  has had the opportunity to feature with other distinguished artists such as Fat Trel of Maybach Music, Kidd Kidd of G-Unit; in addition to, Vee tha Rula of Alumni records. Constantly on the move building and maintaining his name to be recognized as an influential artist in today's music world. With so much of music losing its touch with truthfulness and genuine sounds Sike G hopes his lyrics will help make Music worth listening to again!

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