Izza Kizza - Back to Miami

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Izza Kizza , Club
Producer:
Koolade
Album:
DJ Benzi: New-Deal Mixtape

Though hip hop is chock full of out-of-this world boasts, most rappers have their feet planted firmly on the ground and won’t hesitate to tell you that, in reality, their successes were thanks to a heaping helping of hard work.  Spending one’s time on the grind can leave precious few hours for relaxation, so it’s understandable that artists occasionally feel the need for a vacation.  On a new record off the forthcoming DJ Benzi: New-Deal Mixtape, Izza Kizza lets listeners know exactly where he’s going when he gets a little ‘me’ time: he’s heading Back to Miami.  Over a suitably triumphant-sounding beat by Koolade, the Georgia-born emcee emphasizes the importance of the grind, and discusses the luxuries he’ll ultimately enjoy as a result of working hard and staying on point.  It’s a long, hard road to the top, but if Izza keeps turning out tracks like this one, there’s a good chance he’ll make it to Miami sooner than later.

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