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Mizzy of KIDS delivers a tribute to the hustle on “Pay The Man”

Vancouver, BC – Serving as the lead single off his upcoming album, Clarity, Vancouver-based emcee Mizzy delivers “Pay The Man.” A tribute to the hustle, this new release touches on the Mizzy’s personal experiences and the labour that he’s invested in the greater pursuit of his career in music. One of the hardest working members of the West Coast community, Mizzy is known for his work ethic and passion for the culture among the greater public. We can validate that he’s not only about the talk, but shows up to manifest it in every aspect of his life.

In our online correspondence the rapper explains his hopes – that the single, “Empowers dreamers that also share this lifestyle: working for the man, paying the man, to support the dream; until the dream is realized and supports the life.” With his upcoming album due out in the Fall of 2017, this will be a nice addition to tide fans over. The album is produced in it’s entirety by MD of the Boomsday Alliance and recorded by up-and-coming Vancouver engineer, Jay Bagasbas.

Separate from his solo work, Mizzy is one third of KIDS – a group that has championed the local scene and helped put together one of the most notable local rap showcases in the city, Catch A Vibe at the Alexander Gastown. Mizzy’s an artist you’ll want to keep your eyes on. Stream the new single below, and look out for more releases from the album in coming months.

Mizzy delivers a tribute to the hustle on Pay The Man - HipHopCanada.com

Mizzy delivers a tribute to the hustle on Pay The Man - HipHopCanada.com

Photograph by Paige Sierra Photography


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With classical training from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Kira's musical perspectives and critiques are fueled by her technical ear. She's interviewed prominent artists in Rap and R&B, such as: Rick Ross, G-Eazy, Khalid, and Kiki Rowe. When she's not reviewing local shows on the West Coast, she's a production coordinator for DHX Media and part time Journalism student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Follow her on twitter at @kirahunston.

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