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    London Newcomer BZ Shares Menacing Rap Cruiser: 2 G’s

    London Newcomer BZ Shares Menacing Rap Cruiser: 2 G’s

    It’s not often you get to say your track was featured in a hit series executively produced by Drake…unless, of course your name is BZ.

    From the booth to the big screens, South London’s newcomer has unveiled his latest menacing single, “2 G’s,” featured on the reputable TV series Top Boy.

    Fearless, unapologetic, and daring, the three words that come to mind when hitting play on this wheel-up worthy listen. Capturing the grit of London’s inner city, “2 G’s” accommodates a charged-up and cinematic production courtesy of LiTek (Aitch, ArrDee, Blanco) that enables BZ to pierce through with a fiery flow and bodacious tone. Introduced with the waking sounds of sirens, a bold percussive backdrop swiftly paves a way for the rap riser to boast his impressive pen game and punching flows throughout, “Two G’s tryna get it all night / Cah the top is our right / Jiggy jiggy our time / Oopsie if they hitting our side / They ain’t hitting our hype / Tell them oppers bye bye”, he raps.

    Paired alongside a set of vlog-style visuals directed and produced by Alpha Bravo Studios, we follow BZ and his accomplice around the streets of London as they continue their grind to gain money. Correlating seamlessly with the feel of the track, the mirroring scene found in one of British TV’s top crime drama series, Top Boy (series two, episode three) has swiftly made an impression on many across the nation.

    Hailing from Croydon in South London, it was only inevitable that BZ would one day take to music after exploring spoken word and being exposed to an assortment of genres from a youthful age. From attending shurch with his family, to listening to the likes of Fred Hammond and Kirk Franklin, to eventually stumbling across U.S. heavy-weights J Cole and Kendrick Lamar; BZ intertwines his African culture in with South London’s raw edge to form a distinct sound of his own.

    Following on from previous singles, “No Rules” (90k +), and “Act A Fool” (200k+) alongside support from GUAP, GRM Daily, Charlie Sloth, DJ Target, No Signal, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra, KISS Fresh, and more, the promising force continues to push creative boundaries and in turn prove why he’s a name to look out for this year.

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