Bizeeee or “4eZ” as he is called, is at it again in the kitchen, after his most recent release of the self entitled project “4eZ”. He brings you the first exciting, and energy packed track single, from his album, entitiled “Looking for it”, the track itself is a mixture of torched flows and renaissance art with a tad of the greatest seasoning available to the ears.
Biz sounds like no other artist out, and tends to switch his flows depending what the beat tells him, and how he feels at that current mind state. Biz is one of the dopest engineers/artists, coming out of Virginia, with his Camp HeavyGripp EnT. at the top of the game, also next up for the crown. Biz is also a vivid savy photographer with alot of celebrity clients, and credits such as Future, Young Thug, Mike Epps and alot more.
Be looking for the “4eZ” album this winter, we won’t ruin the suprise, but the album itself will have a few features from some of industries top current artists. Bizeeee is a artist to be watching all the end of this year and 2019.
Check out Biz4eZ (@BIZEEEE): https://twitter.com/BIZEEEE?s=09
When and why did you start playing?. It all started about 8 years ago in Charlottesville Virginia, I wasnt born into music, audio enginner, nor photgrapher, noone helped me along, I had to invest my own money on a whim, and after working with about everyone in my hometown, and being one of the top engineers around, with his own studio space, I became a house hold name. I was embraced by most, and a person alot of folks wanted to find out about, and work with.
Which famous musicians do you admire? Why? Famous musicians that I admire most are Johnny Cash, Kurt Cobain, Bob Marley, Biggie Smalls, 2pac, Nas, JayZ , Wutang, Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Robert Plant. I admire most of these folks because there struggle, and addiction thay had to over come, it didnt stop them from creating a great storys.
What makes this kind of music “good” to you? The kind of music that I would describe as good is heartfelt, people that i can see have been through the struggles they are rapping, or singing about, or material that I can relate to that inspires me to make great music.
Were you influenced by old records & tapes? Which ones? Some of the albums I was influenced by are, alot of unplugged stuff from Nirvanna, Jayz, Little Wayne, Alice in chains and more. I would say alot of albums influenced me to make music. Especially some of Nas for his stories were always amazing to me. Biggie Smalls, and earlier stuff like Public Enemy!
Why did you choose to play this kind of music? I wouldnt say I choose my genre of music. It definitely chose me, beats i rap to, or melodies, almost call my name, and tell me what to talk about.
How do you feel about the internet in the music business? I feel like the internet has been a boom for everyone, definitely got rid of most the record companies, and opened alot of doors for people as myslef, that would never of gotten a oppurtunity or shot.
What are the plans for the future? My plans for the future are, my XXL, Worldstar, and Sway in the morning placements this year, and my album release this January. Enjoy life more, read alot, travel and talk about my experiences in my music
How has your music evolved since you first began playing music? My music has definitely evolved from when i first started. My whole sound has changed completely, due to where I am in my life. Im very happy about this, as the beginning it was more guessing and such. Now i know exactly what im doing, and my audio enginnering is some of the best on the planet. Ive worked with Future, Young Thug, Casino, Slugga, Mike epps, T.i., OG Mackdrama and more.
My music making process starts with finding sounds I like, or a beat, then I go in the booth and punch in whatever the beat tells me. Being a great engineer has its perks. I record myself, and mix and master all my own music, as well as alot of other artists projects.
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