Published on April 10th, 2018 | by Sneakerwire Harris0
Mozzy Spiritual Conversations EP
Rapper Mozzy hails from Sacramento, California and is not so much independent as unsigned hype. He presents the life of a soldier mixtape, Fake Famous. Mozzy rhymes with a Tupac swagger both angry and conscious, but also real. His tape opens with a deep reflection from a dangerous mind. Overall Spiritual is steeped in “beautiful
struggles.” He boasts of his ghetto survival. Rising up from crack houses, and out the ashes of Tupac’s legacy, Mozzy rhymes about where he is coming from. Viewed as a criminal, a monster, he brings humanity back to West Coast rap. Newcomer Mozzy shows no fear on the microphone. He bears the burden of the West Coast life, yet still he validates all eyez are on him. “Four finger banging, what I push to the death, p%$#y ass b#$%hes get pushed to the left, apprehended by laws have me look to the left, Love for the locs pushing to the left, My rag on the right, get a bag every night, thumbing through the thirty they had on my life.” Mozzy most recently appeared on the Black Panther soundtrack produced by Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment. In XXL, his label executive stated, “It’s truly exciting to work with and artist whose music resonates with me both professionally and personally,” said Empire label founder and CEO Ghazi Shami. “When I hear a Mozzy record, it reminds me why I fell in love with rap music.” His new album Gangland Landlord is being pressed, and has yet to score a release date. Until then enjoy the cathartic rhymes of Mozzy, a true soldier and artist.