Izza Kizza Performs at NYC’s Pianos [Exclusive Coverage]

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- Wednesday night, Izza Kizza performed in front of a sizable crowd at the Lower East Side's Pianos, showcasing his trademark musical versatility and preparing the audience for major moves to come.

After eclectic Brooklyn quartet Running Still rocked it out (with a surprise freestyle from the headliner), the man who brought us Kizzaland and his loyal crew stepped onto the stage, rocking white NASA uniforms as they got super-duper fly to Missy Elliot-featuring mixtape cut “Walk the Dog” and the Timbaland-produced, “They're Everywhere.”

Izza Kizza's live show packed a powerful punch; spectators were treated to choreographed dance moves, genre-bending beats, and even special appearances (Donny Goines stopped by to show love and check out the performances). When asked for the inside scoop on his upcoming album, Kizza revealed to DJBooth that fellow envelope-pushers Twista and Mistah FAB would be making guest appearances.

Izza Kizza’s sound is a force to be reckoned with, and seeing him perform live confirmed that he's got the attitude and charisma to match his out-of-this world flow. Next Friday, Kizza will bless the Booth with a brand new exclusive freestyle!

Izza Kizza   Donny Goines   Concerts

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