|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Walk Like A "G"||18||Audio||2004|
|2||I Ball Like Kobe||15||Audio||2002||Par-La Records|
|3||Am I My Brothers Keeper||18||Audio||2008||1008 Grams Entertainment|
Raised in Lake Charles, Vicious has been representing for years. Starting with the rap group X-Mob, Vicious quickly earned a name for himself as being someone who "kept it real." Following a setback which took him away from music for several years, Vicious has returned and not missed a step. Upon his return to the music, he set the streets on fire with his release I Ball Like Kobe.
As an Artist, Vicious is versatile, able to tackle thought-provoking topics, yet still delivering the street classics which have garnered him notoriety and his loyal fanbase. Vicious makes it a point to touch the minds of men and the souls of women. He makes a valiant effort to educate young men trying to find their way in the world, how not to get caught up in the trappings of fast money and thug life in his almost poetic smash GET BUCK When asked how his music has changed over the years, Vicious states, Nothing really. Ive always kept it real with my subject matter. But I have grown a lot as man, a rapper, and as a citizen, and I want my music to reflect that growth.