Known as Sixx John, Sixx Seventeen Johnson is no stranger to the music industry. A West Coast artist, songwriter, and producer, he has consistently contributed to the Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B,Pop landscape for over twenty years. With hit tracks that have topped Billboard charts both internationally and domestically, his music has also garnered platinum and gold recognition over the course of his career.
A native of Southern California, Sixx John has worked passionately across many genres,
mediums, and messages, always catching the pulse of the here and now. He recently personified this by taking on an activist role with his music. In response to the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, Sixx John judiciously re-released his 2018 track, “Cotton,” which speaks to the injustice of repeated murders of Black people by police and others.
Sixx John’s ear for relevancy and lyrics to match earned him a deal with Fox where he penned songs for the hit TV show, “Empire.” His versatile songs have also appeared on a variety of content platforms from video games, to comedy specials to major films such as Tyler Perry’s “Single Mom’s Club” and children’s film, “The Emoji Movie.”
A long-time collaborator with R&B star Ne-Yo, with whom he toured extensively and appeared on multiple projects, Sixx John has also worked with such notables as Shaquille O’Neal, Lil’Zane, Fabolous, Brian McKnight, Bailey The Champ, Paula DeAnda, Heather Headley andLinkin Park’s Mike Shinoda.
Sixx John continues to make strides in this ever-changing industry by steadily seeking
opportunities and bringing his perfected craft to the forefront of every project with which he engages.