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Published on July 26th, 2015 | by DC Hendrix


New Music: @NyzzyNyce – Lost in Los Angeles


One of the hottest up and coming hip hop artists out right now is Nyzzy Nyce. Born and raised in small town Fort Wayne, Indiana. He now currently lives in Los Angeles, California. With him becoming one of the first aspiring rappers to make a name for himself outside of the Midwest, Nyzzy uses that to connect with his fans on a more personal level.

Nyzzy has worked rigorously hard on improving and progressing  not only as a rapper, but as an artist. His solo mixtape debut was entitled, “Nothing Nyce,” and definitely emerged onto the hip hop scene with hits like, “Live It Up,” “I’d Just Rather,” “Superstar,” and “Nights Like This.”  A few of his songs from his first album made appearances in television shows and movies including; “Get Hard,” “American Horror Story,” “St. Vincent,” “Beyond The Lights,” and more.

Overall, his music still remains the same — influential and inspiring. What makes his style so unique is he is as diverse as they come. One song could be about the partying lifestyle, and then the next song is a positive, influential song. Nyzzy’s vision is to inaugurate his own brand/label called Hurricane Music Group. With a strong team behind him, he has officially made himself a household name and a hip hop artist that is easy to relate to.

With his latest release, “Lost in Los Angeles,” Nyzzy has one of the best mixtapes out right now. Moving from Indiana to California could be slightly eerie, but instead he used that into his advantage and expressed everything into this mixtape. Obviously the weather is much different, and also has a completely different environment. Most of the production for the album was produced by Twigg.

Nyzzy provides 15 quality tracks that elucidate his personal transition from the small city life to the big city life.

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DC Hendrix is a contributor for The Hype Magazine. He is a huge hip hop fan. His favorite artists are Wiz Khalifa, Big K.R.I.T., Big Sean, Lil' Wayne, and Drake

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