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[VIDEO] SYCKCEZZY – “BLUE FACES” FT. STEVIE STONE | @SYCKCEZZYSHORTY

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SyckCeezzy and his childhood homie Stevie Stone join forces on his latest joint “Blue Faces”

Ice-T and Henry “Hen Gee” Garcia’s label, Final Level Music has emerged another hardcore artist and his name is SyckCezzy. The soon-to-be Los Angeles artist was born in Missouri and raised in Richmond Virginia. Growing up on the southside of Richmond wasn’t the ultimate dream for the young Syck but it was an experience. Although he grew up on welfare, his mother and stepfather made it work. While his stepfather worked, his mother took care of the family which proved challenging in a neighborhood where something was always going on.

“I’d change nothing at all because I wouldn’t be- who I am today- if I did.” 

In 2010, SyckCezzy begins to take rap more seriously after his cousin introduces him to it. His style lyrically represents his truth and the lifestyle he lives. Let’s say the South, influenced by the Midwest. When in creative mode and to prevent writer’s block, SyckCezzy likes to lock in on the task at hand. Occasionally, he prefers to write before a studio session. He diligently tests flows and techniques bar from bar-before choosing which ones to use on a track.

“I’m a “reality” rapper that’s what I consider myself … You can’t fit me in a certain type of box”

SyckCezzy pays homage to his mentor, Henry “Hen Gee” Garcia, a successful music industry professional and his close friend Tone Gee from Minnesota. has experienced some memorable studio sessions while being a Final Level Music Artist. He would like to work with some notable figures in the game like Gucci Mane, J. Cole, Travis Scott, and Zaytoven.

SyckCezzy prides himself as a diverse artist that works with all genres of music. Ten years from now, Syck will focus on different phases and styles that the hip-hop genre has gone through over the last few decades. With a winning strategy in place, SyckCezzy plans to put his people in a position to win along with giving back to his people. His message to the youth is strong- “Please educate yourselves by paying attention, follow your dream, work hard, and don’t accept “NO” as an answer.” The rapper/entrepreneur has a new business venture and it is ‘Syck Wine’ to build generational wealth. Other rappers have done this through apparel and electronics for example.

If it wasn’t for the Creator, HenGee, and Ice-believing in me and allowing me to be part of the Final Level Music/Syndicate Brotherhood- I don’t know where I’d be in life”

SyckCezzy’s new single “Blue Faces” features Stevie Stone, a childhood friend from the neighborhood. The single appeals to those who can relate to the day-to-day hustle. Syck and Stevie’s approach in this gangsta track considers multiple devious approaches that will increase their net worth at the expense of the well-connected streets. The single is available on all digital music platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Be sure to connect with SyckCezzy on all social media and digital music platforms.

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(Video) Veto Gatts – Baba

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Brooklyn has been making some noise on the music scene for the past few years and the momentum has not slowed down one bit. With that said, newcomer Veto Gatts looks to make his presence felt on his debut visual for Baba. The Brooklyn native, specifically the Montgomery Utica Avenue area, flexes on his haters on the high-energy track.

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Nickoe – “Crack Babies”

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Today Mississippi artist Nickoe delivers his new poignant single, “Crack Babies.” The new single has been resonating with his fans across the South as the visual showcases Nickoe’s cool demeanor and laid back flow while also showing the trials and tribulations of hustling.
Singing and rapping at the same time, Nickoe is pictured posted up with his hood, on the porch, in back alleys and he even showcases his acting talents in a few scenes.
“The single that I’m running with now is called Crack Babies, I dropped a video probably a month ago, it’s doing pretty good on YouTube with the views. It’s a single that’s just expressing coming up in the neighborhood where I’m from. If you listen to the song, you would probably get a better understanding of what I’m saying.  It’s the reality of stuff going on in Mississippi,” Nickoe said. “Most of the time the music is just how I’m feeling, so I guess I make music for myself but I know there are certain types of songs that fans want to hear. It’s just different styles of songs. I might make something for the clubs, or more for just riding, it just depends on what selection of the beat I have at the time. If it makes me feel some kind of way, or I get some ideas from some beats I just try to come up with something I know people will like.
Representing West Jackson specifically, Nickoe was originally a football prodigy at Mississippi State taking the field with a countless number of players that made it to the league including Dallas Cowboys QB, Dak Prescott. But ever since an ACL injury changed Nickoe’s trajectory, he’s been all in on music, focusing on feeding his soul with music that resonates with his peers and fans and that draws on his influences from artists in the 90s and early 2000s like the Hot Boys, Master P,  UGK and Three 6 Mafia.
“I got a pretty loyal fan base around here, I really don’t know how far it spreads, but it’s spreading now, it’s working itself. But I’m always interacting with them, they’re pretty supportive,” Nickoe explained. “We’re getting picked up on a lot of shows lately because we just started back putting out a lot of music, and putting it back in everybody face so yeah we’re getting booked a lot, and a lot of features; a lot of appearances and stuff.” 
Focusing on reality music, Nickoe has an uncanny ability to tap into what he knows the fans will love. Rapping about what’s going on in his city, Nickoe paints a picture with his lyrics that his fans in Jackson and well beyond can relate to personally.

“The reality of the music is what the fans like.  I guess I rap about what’s really going on in life, what’s going on in my life and around me, what’s going around in the city and where I’m from, you know, it’s just the reality,” Nickoe explained. “It’s probably like every other neighborhood with poverty and every other hood, it’s just the same; crime, you got to stay out of the way. The good and bad came with it,  just neighborhood stuff.”

 

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