Lewisham MC Yizzy has released new song, ‘Hustle Hard’ which incorporates tempos of grime and rap.Read More
Lewisham’s Yizzy sends for Micofcourse on the final Lord of the Mics hype session. Yizzy is all about keeping grime alive and has cosigns from OGs such as Wiley, Devlin and Ghetts. This war dub showcases his usual fast pace bars with a twist of humour dissing Micofcourse. This clash is definitely one to watch out for.
West London MC Micofcourse starts off his send with clips of Yizzy catting Midlands artists bars. Throughout the track Micofcourse spits about Yizzy copying other artists hence the name of the track, “Feline”. Mic has recently collaborated with Capo Lee and appeared on Sir Spyro’s Sounds of the Verse show.
The new generation of grime is doing a madness right now, boasting dynamic flows and the coldest sets.
19 year old MC Yizzy has been putting in the hours to become a well respected name in grime, we’ve seen some hard performances from the Lewisham barrer in the likes of Eski and Grime A Side, demonstrating promise as a stand out artist.
Linking with London MC Scrufizzer; known on the scene for some recognisable, upbeat bangers. He’s now back ahead of the release of his up and coming EP ‘Welcome To Grime Street’, with a lively riddim titled ‘Deh Suh’.
With a fast paced, vibey instrumental, the duo delivers some sharp shelling and unique flows. All merging to create an infectious, summery tune which seems the perfect addition to your playlists.
Seems to be just the beginning of a fulfilling career for the young MC as he also prepares to touch mic on Jammers LOTM8.
Stay locked for the EP set to drop June 7.
stream the tack below:
Leicester MC CeeJay is backing up the 'Yizzy catted them man's bars' claims up once and for all with this send for the Lewisham spitter entitled 'Lord Of The Mic'.
Claiming Yizzy still uses the Leicester originating bars from the likes of Kay P and Jafro today at festivals and club sets, CeeJay goes in over the hard Huffy Beat, speaking some home truths.
However, it doesn't look like Yizzy will be responding, but it's no doubt that CeeJay is a big problem in the scene right now!
Lock into the cold visual in full above and be sure to follow CeeJay on Twitter @CeeJayArtist
Recently a DJ Target 'Targo Embargo' on BBC Radio 1Xtra, Yizzy starts the year off with a future grime anthem ‘Yeah’.
The Lewisham native delivers potent bars over a hard-hitting beat supplied by veteran producer Mr Virgo in what is a track capable to light up any rave. Moulding energetic vibes with choral voices, this one will more than likely be reaching high numbers come the end of the month, as the young MC gets ready for what looks to be a major breakthrough year.
The track is available to buy/stream here, while you can watch the cold visuals above!
Following his latest project S.O.S, Yizzy is still proving he's a force to be reckoned by dropping yet another bold track in the form of 'Hype Ting'.
Just when we thought raising the bar even higher would be hard for the Lewisham MC, he takes us on a spiritual journey in the sharp visuals for the evocative banger, produced by Star One. Watch the video in full below!
After quitting his 9-5 job, Yizzy is wasting no time in pushing his name to the forefront with his new single 'Bap'.
Capturing the raw essence of grime, Yizzy catches the Maniac beat with ease and fires his quick-time flow into overdrive.
The track itself is a force to be reckoned with and if this banger is anything to go by, Yizzy's forthcoming project S.O.S (Save Our Sound) will be the major breakthrough project we've all been patiently waiting on.
The Lewisham native is able to switch genres with little help and the ability on mic at such a young age is not only why he's one of the hottest MC's right now, but also a pioneer in flying the flag for the new generation, firmly keeping grime alive and true to its roots.
You can also stream the track on Spotify here. S.O.S will be released 4th May.
Stay connected with Yizzy - @Official_Yizzy
What a year it's been for 17-year-old emcee, Yizzy. The Lewisham teenager is one of the biggest breakthrough artist's in the scene right now, shelling down shows up and down the country, including BBC's Introducing packed out show.
Now, the rising star rounds off the massive year with this track 'Radio Danger'. Targeting the music industry, Yizzy comes through with some explosive bars that will leave the fakes in the industry shaking.
Speaking to The FADER, this was Yizzy's take on it:
Radio Danger' is a fast-paced, hard-hitting straight Grime banger, allowing me to address a few issues with the industry.He lays down "Flip this, rip this, need a witness, claim you do it for the music, you do it for the money” on the grime banger, which is likely to touch every radio station soon.
Watch the visuals to the hard-hitting track produced by Swifta Beater and Terrah Danger below: