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Mike Smiff releases his highly anticipated mixtape “All Gas No Brakes Vol. 3.” Smiff has some pretty prominent features that include City Girls, Mozzy, Boosie, Trick Daddy, Jordan Hollywood, and more. With All Gas No Brakes Vol. 3, you should expect growth—from the word play to the content, to the beat selection. This is definitely the best you’ve heard Mike Smiff. Throughout the project, you will hear different sides of Mike Smiff. Mike states, “If you wanna ride to the truth, ride to Mike Smiff. If you want that thug motivation, that street shit, that pain, that substance, ride wit me.” Smiff raps in song titled “Wanted More”, “I put it in the air that I can make it anywhere, then I decided Imma be a young black millionaire.” With the release of All Gas No Brakes Vol. 3, he is on that path.
After months of touring (including supporting dates with YG) and cookin’ up in the studio, Mozzy kicks off summer with the early release of his anticipated mixtape Internal Affairs [Mozzy Records/EMPIRE] as well as a reflective video for “Pot To Piss” featuring Florida rapper Teejay3k. “Pot To Piss” is the third visual from the project, following “Shine’n For Diamond” and“Winning” featuring Lil Poppa. Mozzy’s lyricism reigns supreme as he narrates the strife caused when there’s turmoil within your circle. Additional features from Sage the Gemini, Don Q, Sada Baby, Celly Ru and E Mozzy round out the mixtape. The full tracklist is below. Stream Internal AffairsHERE and watch the “Pot To Piss”video HERE. New tour dates are forthcoming.
Mozzy’s last solo album Gangland Landlord [Mozzy Records/EMPIRE], which released October 2018, garnered overwhelming praise including an in-depth feature by The Atlantic. The album was also highlighted in Noisey’s “100 Best Albums of 2018,” LA Weekly’s “Best West Coast Hip-Hop Albums of 2018,” and The Atlantic’s“23 Best Albums of 2018.” Earlier this year, Mozzy collaborated with Berner on a joint album, Slimey Individualz [Bern One Ent/Mozzy Records/EMPIRE].
Off the heels of his latest video “Winning”feat. Lil Poppa, Mozzy delivers another visual for “Shine’n For Diamond.” The Sacramento-bred rapper never fails to impress, delivering smooth verses over a rough beat, produced by BulletLoko. Mozzy’s lyrics –“Hold me down like you told me you will. House niggas don’t belong in the field, you know the drill homie. I’d rather niggas rob me than to steal from me”–reinforce that the streets make exceptions for no one. Watch the David Camarena-directed video HERE.
Mozzy’s upcoming mixtape Internal Affairs releases on May 31 via Mozzy Records/EMPIRE. The project boasts features from Sage the Gemini, Teejay3kand his brother E Mozzy. Pre-order Internal AffairsHERE. Full tracklist is below. Earlier this year, Mozzy collaborated with Berner on a joint album, Slimey Individualz. Mozzy’s last solo album, Gangland Landlord, garnered overwhelming praise and was included in Noisey’s “100 Best Albums of 2018,” The Atlantic’s “23 Best Albums of 2018,” and LA Weekly’s “Best West Co
Celebrated NorCal rappers Mozzy and Berner deliver West Coast vibes with their collaboration album Slimey Individualz, available now. The 10-track project, distributed via Bern One Ent/Mozzy Records/EMPIRE, is loaded with features including hip-hop heavy hitters YG, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Rexx Life Raj and SOB X RBE. Both Berner and Mozzy offer up gritty, no holds barred lyrics over beats that ring true to the signature Sacramento/Bay area sound. Last month, the duo dropped the visual for “Solitary”feat. Wiz Khalifa, and just released the video for “Thug In Me” feat. Godholly. Stream Slimey IndividualzHERE.
Slimey Individualz is Mozzy’s first music drop since the release of his highly-praised solo album Gangland Landlord, which earned a spot on several publications’ “Best of 2018” lists including Noisey’s “100 Best Albums of 2018,” The Atlantic’s “23 Best Albums of 2018,” and LA Weekly’s “Best West Coast Hip-Hop Albums of 2018.” Stream Gangland LandlordHERE. Mozzy is currently supporting YG on his Stay Dangerous Tour. Purchase tickets for Mozzy’s tour dates HERE.
Coming off the heels of an amazing performance at Rolling Loud LA this past weekend, our client Mozzy just release a new, emotional music video for his single “Black Hearted.” The visual, directed by SUJ, accompanies Mozzy’s deep reflection of his personal hardships
Today, platinum-certified rapper Derez De’Shon announced the release of his upcoming album Pain 2 [Commission Music/BMG] with a new single “Whaddup Doe” featuring Sacramento rapper Mozzy. The track truly embodies the essence of modern-day rap as it brings together two of hip-hop’s hottest talents. Get it HERE.
Pain 2 is the follow-up to De’Shon’s highly-successful 2018 mixtape Pain, which spawned the award-winning top 5 urban radio hit “Hardaway,” and has gained critical acclaim from the likes of Billboard, XXL, RESPECT and more. The official video for the classic street anthem has also impressively generated approximately 100 million video views to-date. Picking up where Pain left off, the theme of Pain 2is beating the odds (at all costs). As Derez continues to break through to the masses, he also learns how to deal with the harsh realities of growing pains. With undeniable beats and introspective lyrics, Pain 2 is a testimony of his triumphs and tribulations.
Watch Derez De’Shon beat the odds with the release of Pain 2 as he continues to rise as a dominating player in the game.
Derez De’Shon is the epitome of what it means to “beat the odds,” despite facing many personal hardships. His determination to rise above his challenges through his music earned him a platinum certification for his top 5 urban radio hit single “Hardaway,” certified gold for “Fed Up” (featured as the trailer song for Equalizer 2) and more than 500-million streams and counting for his critically-acclaimed mixtapePain. Derez’s impact only continues to skyrocket. The Atlanta-based rapper successfully coveted the prestigious “Social Star Award” at the 2018 BMI Awards in addition to making his television debut on Wild N Out and a live performance at the 2018 BET Music Awards “106 & Park” Special. With Pain 2 on the way, Derez De’Shon proves he’s here to stay!
Sacramento-bred rapperMozzydrops the music video for“Ones of Mines”off his latest, critically-acclaimed albumGangland Landlord(Mozzy Records/EMPIRE) TheDavid Camarena-directed visual features Mozzy solo, highlighting his palpable lyrics and the punch behind theJuneOnnaBeatproduced track.
Mozzy’s previous single releases include the Tupac tribute “Thugz Mansion” featuringTy Dolla $ignandYG, the hard-hitting “Not Impressive,” the softer 90s-inspired “Walk Up” and “Choke On Me” as well as the signature NorCal feel of “Excuse Me” featuringToo $hort,Yhung T.O.andDCMBR. Mozzy is set to take the stage atRolling Loud Los Angeleson December 15th among the best of his peers and will be announcing additional tour dates in the near future.
Sacramento rapper Mozzy drops the official visual for “Excuse Me” featuring Bay area legend Too $hort as well as Yhung T.O. and DCMBR. The SUJ-directed visual captures the group partying poolside with friends in the Hills, a perfect fit for the song’s appealing NorCal bounce. Reece Beats can be credited with production on the track. “I wanted to make something the people can function with inside the club and the radio can gravitate to,” Mozzy told Complex, who premiered the video earlier today. “This song has become one of the biggest songs on Gangland Landlord.”
Mozzy’s latest album Gangland Landlord (Mozzy Records/EMPIRE) dropped earlier this month to rave reviews for its lyrical prowess and social consciousness. Previous single releases include “Thugz Mansion” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and YG (which pays homage to the late Tupac Shakur), “Not Impressive”, “Walk Up” and “Choke On Me.” Mozzy is set to take the stage at Rolling Loud Los Angeles on December 15th among the best of his peers and will be announcing additional tour dates in the near future.
On Saturday, Sacramento-bred rapper,Mozzy, hosted the Provide For Your People giveback event at Fourth Avenue Park in Sacramento, CA from 10am-2pm. In addition to repaving the basketball court, Mozzy gifted 400 members of the community with haircut vouchers, backpacks, school supplies, shoes, gift certificates and more. Activities included games, face painting and jump houses along with a variety of food vendors.
The charity event was sponsored by music distribution company EMPIRE in partnership with the non profit Project Optimism Inc., which offers a mentorship program that connects college students and recent college graduates with secondary school students. Supporting at-risk youth in his hometown is vital to Mozzy, who shares, “Giving back to the community that helped raise me is mandatory. It’s only natural for me to use my platform to provide opportunities and resources to those that need and deserve it.”