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Created by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014 at 4:18pm. Last updated by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014.

Andre “OOO Andre” Siemers is a rap, hip-hop and R&B artist based in Minnesota. 

 
Having opened for Waka Flaka, Chief Keef and Trippie Redd, with television appearances on reality shows ‘Are You The One?’ And ‘Ex On The Beach’ on MTV, Andre’s set to make waves this year starting with his latest single ‘Paradise’. 
 
Born in ’95, Andre began recording music locally in hometown Minneapolis with local producer Emazin when he was 17 years old. Emazin’s personal connections with Chief Keef and Waka Flaka got Andre opening for both artists at the University of Minnesota campus for over 4,000 people. That was his first show. 
 
In 2017, aged 21, Andre was contacted by MTV to join popular reality show ‘Are You The One?’ Joining the show skyrocketed his social media platform and Andre found himself with over 100k followers on social media. In that same year, he moved to Los Angeles and doubled down on his music grind. Andre continued making music for four years without releasing anything, working on his craft and chasing perfection. 
 
Influenced by artists like Drake and Tory Lanez, Andre says that his goal is to leave behind a legacy that lasts long after he’s gone. The rap personality says: “My goal with my music is ultimately to get to a point where I can take care of my family. Most of all, it’s to retire my mom. She’s the one that I really do it for." 
 
This year, Andre has been getting ready to drop new music with a full team, known as On Our Own (OOO), supporting him. They recently returned to their Minneapolis to rebuild his fanbase from the ground up. The rapper is set to blow next year. 
 
For updates and new music, follow OOO Andre:
 
 

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