PHZ-Sicks - The Moment

Posted 2 years ago

Woodbridge, Virginia rhymesayer PHZ-Sicks (pronounced "physics") has released his latest studio album, The Moment.

The set packs a total of 15 original jams from the artist, a 2011 nominee for Best VA Male Rap Artist. Included are reader-approved singles "The Love Scene III" and "Coming Down." Two years in the making, the project marks a turning point in PHZ's career. In his own words, "The album is called 'The Moment' because I feel with everything I put into it, this is the moment where my life changes. Where I get to pursue this passion like there is no tomorrow and finally [reap] the rewards of the sacrifices I made to get to this point."

Alison Carney, Lyriciss, Scolla, Seanny Greggs and TFOX make guest appearances on the LP, which boasts beats by Best Kept Secret, Epik The Dawn, Kajmir Royale, Kriss Liss and more.

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