Scott Arceneaux Jr. is famous for his devilish looks and hardcore lyrics that express his struggle with hard drugs, depression, anxiety, and self-destruction. Dissatisfied with his life before forming the musical band, $uicideboy$, Scott had plans to commit suicide if the band failed, but, luckily, the band is notable today with several accolades.
Scott's rap career gained recognition when he decided to form $uicideboy$ with his cousin, Ruby Da Cherry, in 2014. Since then, they have established themselves in the music industry. Arceneaux Jr sacrificed several things to see the group became a professional rap band. So far, the band has over 30 musical releases, including EPs and singles to their credit.
- Full name: Scott Anthony Arceneaux Jr.
- Nicknames: Suicide Christ, $crim, and $lick $loth
- Date of birth: 11th of April, 1989
- Age: 32 years old
- Place of birth: New Orleans, Louisiana
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac sign: Aries
- Profession: Rapper
- Band name: $uicideBoy$
Who is Scott Arceneaux Jr.?
Scott Arceneaux Jr. is an American punk rapper/producer from New Orleans, America. He was born in New Orleans, United States of America, on the 11th of April, 1989. His father's name is Scott Arceneaux Sr, while that of his mother is Toni Arceneaux. So, where is Scott Arceneaux Jr. from? Scott is from Marrero, Louisiana, United States of America, but he grew up in New Orleans.
Arceneaux is also widely known by several nicknames, including Suicide Christ and $crim. After forming the musical group, $uicideboy$, with Ruby da Cherry, his cousin, in 2014, he became famous. The rap duo has released several songs through their music label, G59 Records. Their songs mainly express their battle with depression, drugs, anxiety and self-destruction.
As a young rapper, Scott Arceneaux Jr. wife is not yet in the picture as the rapper is still single and does not have any children. Nevertheless, he is engaged to Tori Miranda. How tall is Scott? Scott Arceneaux Jr. height is 6 feet.
Arceneaux attended Delgado Community College, a comprehensive community college in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a teenager, he had discovered his passion for music and was already handling some DJ gigs at his school's functions.
Scott Arceneaux Jr. from $uicideboy$ started his career in 2013. His love for music began when he was eight years with a particular interest in the rap genre of music. The young DJ started idolizing musical rap artists like Shawty Redd, Lil Wayne, and Gucci Mane. To also help develop his rap skills, he started listening to the likes of T-pain and Kanye West.
Suicide Christ interest in DJ stuff peaked when his parents gifted him a turntable set. His parents were motivated to do that after noticing his love for Deejaying and songwriting. After developing himself so well as a DJ, he started doing mixtapes for local rap artists, and at the age of 19, Scott started producing music.
Suicide Christ turning point came in 2014 when he collaborated with Aristos Petrou, nicknamed Ruby Day Chery, his cousin, to start $uicideboy$ music band. Scott Arceneaux Jr produced songs, including Kill Yourself Part 1 and The Suicide Saga with Aristos.
They collaborated with popular underground rappers, including Bones and Black Smurf, to produce a mixtape titled Gray/Grey. Also, the group launched other mixtapes and lots of singles that same year and worked with another artist, Pouya, which gave their career a real boost.
Moreover, the two of them went on to sign a contract with G59 Records, under which they released a 21 part series of their song, Kill Your$elf. In 2015, they released numerous EPs, including Black Suicide with Black Smurf, My Liver Will Handle What My Heart Can't, Grey Sheep, and G.R.E.Y.G.O.D.S.
In 2016, $uicideboy$ became famous in the rap entertainment industry as they began performing live at many international events. By mid-2016, they released their 29th EP, titled Radical $uicide.
In 2018, $uicideboy$ broke through with the release of FUCKALLOFYOU2K18 and You're Now Tuning In To 66.6 FM with DJ Rapture. Besides the fact that the latter song premiered on XXL, more than a million people played it within a week of its release. Their projects, Radical $uicide, Eternal Grey, and Grey Sheep 2, garnered over one million plays on SoundCloud.
However, there were rumours that the duo earlier wanted to call it quits due to Suicide Christ's drug addiction problems, but it was later debunked. With over 30 musical releases, including EPs, mixtapes and singles, Arceneaux has contributed enormously in shaping $uicideboy$ from just a garage band to a professional rap group.
Scott Arceneaux Jr. tattoos
Scott Arceneaux Jr. tattoos form part of his signature look. This look is complemented with dreadlocks, nose and ear piercings, and metallic teeth. Before he started the musical band with his cousin, he got fired for his tattoos.
He also loves to wear jewellery, and one of his favourites, mostly on his neck, is the FTP necklace. FTP is an acronym for F**k The Population.
According to Wealthy Persons, Scott Arceneaux Jr. net worth is estimated at $2 million. He made some of his fortunes from music sales and collaborations with famous rappers. He also owns an online store that merchandises clothes.
Social media life
His band also has a YouTube channel with over two million subscribers, a Facebook page with more than 222,000 followers, and an Instagram account with over 1.8 million followers. They post about their upcoming songs, merch and lots more on all these social media platforms.
Life was not rosy for Scott Arceneaux jr. He had to sell drugs to get enough money to produce his songs. He suffered from depression, anxiety, drug addiction and self-destruction, but against all odds, he used his negative experience to build a career for himself in music. His lyrics, though aggressive, carry a message.
Before starting a relationship with her current partner, she was married to Kenneth Daniells, and the union was blessed with two children: Sage and Zoe.