Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, who performs and releases music under his surname, is a Mexican-American psychedelic folk musician who released his debut album, Cold Fact, in 1970. Though the initial stages of his career did not prove to be financially successful, his music acted as somewhat of a slow burn and after a few decades, his music was noted and lauded by many aficionados--providing him with a renewed sense of artistic vitality. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan to working class Mexican immigrant parents, Rodriguez's songs tend to have lyrics that reflect his experiences growing up and living with many of the brutal conditions that individuals who are part of the lower class have to come to terms with whilst living in a decaying inner city slum.
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