Sperry Entertainment Presents – Appearing Live With Nasim Siddeeq, April 22nd

Nasim, born in the Bronx, raised in Goshen New York, is a new up and coming artist. His grandma discovered him at the early age of 4 while singing “O Happy Day” in the bathtub.  She heard him from downstairs and encouraged him to continue singing.  He has been singing ever since.

Since then, his routes of singing were further planted in New Jerusalem Baptist church, singing with the adult choir, and directing the youth choir.  Nasim seriously began writing music at the age of 16 with his first song “My Sunshine.”  Since performing this song at a high school variety show, he has sang the national anthem at various collegiate sporting events.  He was champion in two singing contests at Robert Morris University, and one more at S.U.N.Y Albany.  While at Albany, he majored in Spanish with a minor in Music and Education.  He traveled to Chile and then Puerto Rico while studying abroad.  His love for language and culture inspired him to venture into singing and writing songs in Spanish as well.  Nasim has now been a Spanish teacher for two and a half years.  He continues to passionately chase his dream whenever possible.

Currently residing in Alexandria, VA, six miles outside of Washington D.C., Nasim continues to make the transition into becoming a more complete musician.  Nasim started off just singing, but now he plays guitar as well!

In the DMV area, he has performed at Bus Boys and Poets, Bohemian Caverns, Liv nightclub, Takoma Station, Acre 121, TreeHouse Lounge, Safari Lounge, Old Town Inn Restaurant, The Sheppard and more!

Beware!  You may sometimes find him around the D.C. area on the street and on the metro system. When traveling home during vacation time, you can find him singing on NYC metro, especially on the D and the 4 trains