Doc Suess has been an extremely prominent member in the 307 hip hop community for years. One of 307’s best freestylers and song writers, Suess doesn’t have to fight for his spot. It’s always waiting there for him. That was proven when he was released from prison, where he wrote over 55 songs and immediately hit the studio, getting back to performing in no time. Suess was introduced to hip hop at the tender young age of 6 by a cousin in Denver. Within a couple years, he knew he had to start rapping. By 12 years old, Suess was already freestyling wherever he could; by 15 he was battle rapping his peers. He started recording his first CD with Sound Sella Prodcutions before getting offered to join SMK (Suicide Mafia Kings) with DJ Nyke, Kilo, and Yogi. 

They recorded over 30 tracks before he got shipped off to rehab for 9 months, putting his music on hold. Not long after his release, his mother was murdered. Like anyone else would, he sought alcohol to ease the pain and caught his first DUI. Doc Suess bounced to Albuquerque where he was a paid artist with Crank it Up Productions and a part of Get Down Ent. After awhile, he decided it was time to go home to Casper, Wy. AlpHaMatic had left the pHormula and created BeastEaters Musick when he and Doc Suess began hitting the stage together like a group with no name and became an intensely present act in the 307. This was around the time when PRESCRxPTION was bringing darker hip hop to town more often, yet he still didn’t lose his shine. BeastEaters Musick and Death Lab Productions teamed up and rebuilt the hip hop scene in Casper from the ground up. 

After years of performing and rocking shows with the crews, Suess went to prison for a DUI. Recently released, he’s been gearing up to hit the nation with his craft. From hip hop to horrocore shows, freestyle battles on the streets to the competitions, Doc Suess stays in the game. And it looks like he ain’t goin’ nowhere. During 2014 and possibly 2015, Statik and Doc Suess will be crafting a brand new mixtape focused on the world’s two best things: sex and weed. Every track will center around those subjects and will feature collabs from artists of every style. In June 2018, former Def Jam & gold record selling artist Haystak signed with RhymeSick. As RhymeSick continues to grow & build, Doc has been a contributor from the beginning. From hip hop shows, freestyle battles on the streets to the competitions, Doc stays in the game. In a state where rap music isn’t the most popular genre of music if there is one man to make it popular, it would be Chris LeDoux. 

In 2018, anything could happen. There is a rapper out of Casper, Wyoming who currently is pursuing his career in Denver, Colorado named Doc Suess. He just recently made a song titled ‘Wyoming.’ He came back to the Cowboy State to record a music video for the song, so he brought it to Kaycee and Sheridan, Wyoming. Kaycee is where Chris LeDoux is from and Doc Suess has a sample from Chris on the song. If you are from Wyoming, you will definitely appreciate the lyrics.

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