D-Sisive is a Canadian rapper best known for his Juno-winning EP The Book. In addition, his single "Nobody with a Notepad and Polaris Music Prize-nominated album was what Let the Children Die earned him name and fame. Let's examine his lifestyle, net worth, married and more in detail below.
D-Sisive is Married with Three Kids
Rapper D-Sisive is happily married to a school teacher and silk screener wife known as Melanie who goes by the username melmoore8 on Instagram. The rapper and Melanie tied the knot on December 19, 2016, at Two Hearts Wedding Chapel nearby Niagara Falls. Over 100 guests attended the beautiful wedding ceremony.
During the wedding, Derek's bride wore a custom-designed bridal gown while the rapper donned a black and white tuxedo. D-Sisive and his wife courted for four-five years before they got hitched.
Together the couple shares three daughters, including two identical twins. Melmoore gave birth to twins Sunny Jane and Willow Jean on July 12, 2019, at St. Joseph's Health Center Foundation. Likewise, Derek's wife gave birth to their first child Ava on August 3, 2014.
D-Sisive's Net Worth Collection
D-S-sisive falls under the list of most popular rappers in Canada. He's made over $5 million from Yeezy sneakers. Derek receives a payroll of $90,325 per annum, which is the average salary of a professional rapper. The father to three also makes a certain amount from his merch "Urbnet" through which he sells Compact Discs, Cassettes.
D-Sisive's Career Highlights
Christoff began performing at age 15 in Toronto's underground freestyle scene. Likewise, he released his first indie EP J.A.C in 1997, including the single "Lost Sight." He also collaborated with DJ Serious and Classified.
Besides humor, Derek Christoff is acclaimed for his theatrical performances and talent for mixing hip hop with other forms of music. He became an overnight sensation for his bootleg The Idiot: Hijacked, rapping over Iggy Pop. Also, the track: "ThisisWhatItSoundsLike-WhenwhiteBoysListenToHipHop" was loved by many.
Likewise, in 2008, Derek released an album, "The Book," based on a more personal meditation on the death of his parents. The same year, the album garnered a Juno for Best Rap Recording and earned the top 10 Hip-Hop albums on iTunes and Exclaim. All in all, Derek's latest album, Let The Children Live, has been listed for the Polaris Music Prize 2009.
D-Sisive - Quick Facts
- D-sisive was named Best Unsigned Artist by Now Magazine.
- D-Sisive is also known as Orville Knoblich and Derek Christoff.
- D-Sisive grew up in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Working-class Canadian parents raised D-S-sisive in Toronto.
- D-Sisive announced he changed stage name to Derek Christoff in late 2010.
- In 2009, Derek was rumored to copy a Peddlin Music On the Side sample by legendary songwriter Lamont Dozier.
- D-Sisisve was charged for copyright infringement in August, which was settled a few months later.