Jay Bizzze - WHERE U BEEN? (Freestyle)
Jay Bizzze – WHERE U BEEN? (Freestyle).
If someone told 14-year-old Jay Bizzze that he would later perform at Morehouse College for 50 HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) in front of over 5,000 people and open up for Lil Baby, he would’ve asked you to check your temperature.
But while dealing with doubts and insecurities and questioning if rap was for him, you could somewhat understand his disbelief.
After spending seven hard yet fulfilling years working on his craft and trusting God’s plan for his life, he boarded his first-ever flight from his small town of Forest, Virginia, to the metroplex of Atlanta, Georgia, specifically for his music, which was a manifestation of all the work he has put in and will continue to put in.
It was all made possible when he grew tired of limiting his creativity to one to two hours at the studio and decided to bet on himself, buying a mic, some equipment, and software, and learning to record from home.
Declaring it one of the best investments he ever made, recording from home opened Jay to a world of creativity and opportunity he never saw possible.
So when NFL Star Rashad Jennings came to Jay asking to create an album together, he was more than ready.
While working on their album, Nevah Lost Vol. 1, Jay gained newfound confidence and creativity on the mic, which he credits to God and Rashad, who pushed him to try different cadences with his voice.
So to fill in fans on his journey to Atlanta and his growth as an artist, he wrote and recorded, Where U Been? (Freestyle), which is his most confident and vocally dynamic song yet.
Rising out of Lynchburg, Va, Jay Bizzze is turning heads in Christian Hip Hop by bringing a sound with him that calls back to the golden age of CHH, which is cherished among many within the scene.
His ability to share the truths of God’s word in a creative and relatable fashion makes his music stand out.
That is why in the fall of 2021, former New York Giants Running Back, Dancing With The Stars Season 24 Champion, and New York Times Bestselling Author Rashad Jennings reached out to Jay and fellow artists G. I. Wonder, and Chad Nelson to work on a collaborative rap album for his gaming organization, Nevah Lost, titled Nevah Lost, Vol. 1, which released Saturday, July 9th.
Ahead of the album, Jay performed at Morehouse College for 50 HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), totaling over 5,000 people in attendance, opening up for artists Lil Baby, Rowdy Rebel & DC Young Fly.