Rhyme Report

Published on February 4th, 2023 | by Ralph Okobz


Rising Florida Act YBezzy Makes An Entrance With New Album “The Beehive”

Florida’s Prince of Rap YBezzy has been on an astronomical rise and to continue his claim to the Rap throne, the wordsmith has shared his eighth studio album “The Beehive.”

The 14-track project showcases Ybezzy’s rapping ability and his unfiltered rhyme schemes. The opener “No practice” comes in as a melancholic monologue and fades into a gritty melody. On the next track, Ybezzy recruits D-Bando and both acts talk about their girl and brag about their “New Shit”. The album grows into a core Hip-Hop piece as the single “Throw It Down” featuring Official K3 as it includes explicit words and hard hitting drums laced with dope punchlines. Florida’s Prince of Rap makes a statement on “Panamera,” a song that combines passionate but potent vocal lines with layered accompaniment of beautiful guitars and reverberating drums.

Born and raised in Miami, Florida As a high school senior, YBezzy, The Prince of Rap, began recording. One day, a friend of his randomly told him to go into the booth. He was unprepared, but he made something out of nothing. He describes being in the booth as an unforgettable experience. Soon after, he decided to devote more time to music. After recording “Nasty Girl,” he realized how much momentum and feedback such a controversial track could generate. For this understanding, he has moved away from solely writing and into the booth to record “off the top,” saying whatever comes to mind at the time.

As an artist, YBezzy is a valuable asset in every way. YBezzy’s genuine approachability contributes to his character as a rapper/actor. He is not only creative, coherent, and determined, but he is also very relatable, making it easy to market his brand. Tupac, Lil Wayne, The Hotboys, Kevin Gates, Lil Boosie, John Mayer, Lloyd, and Ashanti are among YBezzy’s musical influences. Connect with YBezzy on Instagram, Spotify, and Apple Music.

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