From tragedy to triumph, turn up the volume! Emerging Southside Chicago Illinois rap artist, King Bizzle is getting ready to take over your airwaves and playlists with his new single “Don’t Play With Me”. In addition, the raw talented, creative word play, and storytelling lyrics King Bizzle is proving that his time in prison teaching himself how to rap, is not in vain.
King Bizzle comes from an environment where people are stuck in their ways and don’t desire change. However, he is the type of person who decided to go a different route to make a different type of change as well as be different from the negativity he sees.
With much room to grow, the Southside Chicago Illinois rapper is focused on releasing and pushing singles. He understands the attention span of his listeners and doesn’t want to over saturate their likeness of his by diluting their playlist with new full catalogs but giving them hit after hit to build a strong momentum of credibility and artistry.
While he’s new to you, King Bizzle is known to run with the best of the best within the music industry and doesn’t take it for granted, it’s only up from here. For the past several years King Bizzle has been behind the scenes and supported by close friends and influential people, he’s growing streams and fanbase are just proof of what’s to come from what will be a long-lasting rap career.
King Bizzle is organically making himself official in the rap game as he strives to be truthful and transparent on each and every song. King Bizzle also has a single by the name of “Gladiators” which received an enormous consumer reaction within his market. King Bizzle’s raw talent, creative word play, and storytelling lyrics is definitely worth listening to.
Born Mark Julian Felder on July 21, 1983 in Los Angeles, California – Bizzle is a prominent Christian Hip-Hop artist now operating in Houston, Texas and the founder and leader of God Over Money Records.
Growing up in the Low End of Chicago and having to learn from the streets, influenced his upbringing. Even though Bizzle spent some time in prison, he made the best out of the situation and came out ready to pursue his music career.
Growing up under Section 8 welfare in the infamously rough LA neighborhood of Compton, Bizzle turned to rap from a young age, being inspired by the likes of Tupac.
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