Mark Andrews, best known in the music industry as SISQO was born November 9, 1978. He is an American R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer and actor. He is the lead singer of R&B group Dru Hill, and has also released solo material. Sisqo’s successful debut solo album, Unleash the Dragon (1999), included the hit singles “Thong Song“and “Incomplete.”
Sisqo’s visual trademarks are his hairstyles and flamboyant stage costumes, which were regularly flashier than those of his groupmates. Over his career as a recording artist, both with and without Dru Hill, Sisqó’s hairstyles have included a bleached blond Caesar, a platinum Caesar (colored with silver spray paint), blond cornrows, a neon–red dyed Caesar, and a blond Mohawk.
SisQós 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, the novelty “Thong Song“. A runaway hit, “Thong Song” and its follow-up, “Incomplete“, were major hits. The success later got him very popular in the world.
Sisqo also came out with singles like Dance for me and Can I live, which performed far below expectations apart from in the United Kingdom, where “Dance for Me” became his third top ten hit.
This year’s edition of back in the day will feature not only Sisqo but with his main group Dru Hill.
Fans should expect nothing less with the fast approaching third edition of Back In the Day Concert as Sisqo with other members of Dru Hill rocks the stage of the ACCRA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE on Saturday, 19th December, 2015.
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