Izza Kizza - They’re Everywhere

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Izza Kizza , Club
Producer:
Koolade of Blackout Croatia
Album:
TBD

Terry Davis, a.k.a Izza Kizza, was born and raised in the rural southern town of Valdosta, Georgia.  A musician since the age of 12, Kizza was discovered by Bless of the award winning production duo, Soul Diggaz, and after being shopped to various labels, was offered a recording contract from Timbaland and his acclaimed Mosely Music.  Kizza is a free spirit who defines his stage name as a means of “discovering your own lane, [or] breaking the mold.”  One listen to his new song, They’re Everywhere, and its easy to understand his explanation.  Spoofing the now-famous “I see dead people” line from The Sixth Sense, Kizza provides uniquely eccentric rhymes over a beat courtesy of Koolade of Blackout Croatia.  Kizza will release his untitled debut later this year.

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