Jay-Mizz is a new brand of hip hop with a lyrically driven talent. Coming from Kansas (Junction City) where dreams are often skipped over, he refuses to be skipped. The 27 year old artist representing the KMD brand has put a massive amounts of time into making sure the listeners get a feel for his captivating word play, as well as something to reflect on with each song. With his first EP titled, “We’ll Figure It Out,” he has left NO room for doubt with phrases of “best rapper ” thrown in the mix. He provides his listeners with some solid evidence with the work he has recently dropped on his Soundcloud page, where he is backing up every word with confidence and ease.
With one of his native artist mates, Chinski SNF, they have released an onslaught of freestyles to some of the industries smash hits such as Treys Song’z recent song “Nana,” and a list of others. You can hear them putting their twist on the different records. The single “Apply Pressure” also comes with a visual that is mind blowing, and different to say the least. Check out the video on YouTube. Once the EP is complete, a tour will be compiled for promotion to spread the sound of this Midwest artist! The EP, which has no time on release, will be surely one to look out for. In the meantime, check out the download available on iTunes.
Motivation and passion is the key for this artist. “Knowing that it won’t happen over night is what drives me,” says Jay-Mizz. Also, knowing what he can give the world should drive a person to listen to this artist. And if all else fails then, “We’ll figure it out!”
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