NEW YORK, N.Y. – Sometimes stars are born with magic, sometimes they stumble into it … and sometimes it’s a little bit of both.
That’s the case with Mizzy Mula, whose talent has been apparent from an early age but who didn’t realize his full potential until a fun music video made with a friend ended up going viral in New York City.
That was about two years ago, and in the time since Mizzy has been riding a wave of musical success that has seen him become a YouTube sensation and one of the country’s hottest rising young hip-hop artists. Among the many projects he’s currently working on are two new singles scheduled to be released early next year. The two singles are called “Love Games” and “For the Street,” and chronicle his pursuit of finding ways to embark on a journey of success and climbing his way out of the struggle.
“I’m always in awe of finding ways to spread a message of love and actuality through the means of my music,” he said. “I have my own sound – I don’t sound like anybody else, which is rare for rappers. Usually rappers will sound similar to someone else in the industry, but I definitely have my own sound. I’m very versatile, and when I’m making music I want people to feel my pain and get where I’m coming from. I know there are people out there who came from nothing, like how I was, and my music gives them other ways to get stress off their minds without having to go to drugs or violence.”
Another single that has already been making waves with fans is a song called “Add It Up.” It’s a song about the realization of success and that moment of euphoria when all your dreams are seemingly being realized.
“One day I was adding up all the money I had in my pocket and I maybe had a couple of thousand at the time,” Mizzy said. “I was feeling good that day, and this song came out of that. It’s kind of my money anthem. It’s like a victory song. When you feel like you’ve accomplished something, that’s something you should celebrate.”
It’s the realization of a dream that started as young as third grade, when he first started exploring R&B music with his 10 other brothers and sisters. By the age of 15 he was writing his own music and experimenting with YouTube beats. Now he’s ready to showcase his music to the world, and will do so with a mixtape titled “SBlock Don’t Sleep” sometime in the first quarter of 2017. That mixtape will include the singles “Add It Up,” “Love Games” and “For The Street.”
Fans who want to check out more of Mizzy Mula’s music can see his music videos on YouTube, or search for Young Magic 315 on Soundcloud. Fans can also follow him on social media @ScreenTeamEntertainment on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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