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Published on June 15th, 2020 | by Marilyn Reles

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Rappers Koly P & Mozzy Release “Walk Down Remix”

Just in time for summer, Hip Hop artists Koly P & Mozzy link up for “Walk Down Remix”. Produced by Conradondabeat, these two rappers waste no time showcasing their gritty street flows and tough edgy bars for their cult-like fan bases. From the beginning of the track where Koly P displays his southern lyrical prowess to the end and where Mozzy shoots a shot at Tekashi 69, “they told on hell gang like tekashi told on treway”. This is one you definitely want streaming on your playlist this summer. “Walk Down Remix” is streaming on all platforms. We sat down with them to chat about the remix, their musical influences, and how they feel artists can give back during this time.

Tell us a little bit about the “Walk Down Remix”. What inspired the single and who was involved in the creative process? 

Walk Down came about with me just rapping about being shot 3 different times on 3 different occasions. Sometimes, I get in the spirit of my demons fucking with me so I feel like I ain’t gon shoot from the screech, like on some Walk Down shit. It’s just on some revenge shit.

How long have you been making music for and how did you get your start?

I’ve been making music since, like, 2012? But I took a break, then I started back in 2014 and I dropped the Koly Bible. From there, things took off.

What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in music?

One of my biggest accomplishments gotta be just the move out my hood. Just like, ain’t gotta work for nobody, being my own boss.

What artists are you listening to right now?

BG, Burga, Dirty 1000

Where do you see your music career in 5 years?

I wanna drop my tape right, but it’s at a point in life where people ain’t really wanna hear music. I never got my point across about the things I’ve been through. If I drop this shit right now, it’s gonna be like this ain’t what wanna hear, cause I’m talking about spending it. At this point in life, we’re on some black on black crime. In 5 years, I just wanna be accepted.

How do you believe artists can give back to the community during this time?

Right now, you just gotta spit the truth. Uplift your brothers, uplift your sisters. Gotta make uplifting music.

Who are some of your biggest musical influences?

Boosie, BG, Lil Wayne, Burga, Dirty 1000,

What’s next for 2020? Can fans look forward to more music?

They can definitely look forward to Rumors of War, that’s what I’m working on right now. I’m my biggest critic, like this shit could have been done a year ago. I just had a conversation with one of my big homies and they just said, “You ain’t make it this far for nothing so you just gotta give ‘em what you know.” I got a couple dollars, so I be feelin’ like, they wanna hear this, but I just gotta go for what I know. 2020 I just gotta go for what I know.



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