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Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy releases “Streets Ain’t Safe” that features BLXST

Mozzy, the Grammy Award-nominated lyricist has teamed up with artist BLXST yet again, for a new track “Streets Ain’t Safe.” This song is a part of Mozzy’s upcoming project Occupational Hazard, which will release on Sept. 22.

Earlier this year, both of them collaborated for the single “I Ain’t Perfect” from Beyond Bulletproof, which was Mozzy’s fifth studio album that was released in May. Several artists like Polo G, Shordie Shordie, and Eric Bellinger were featured in the project, which reached #43 on the Billboard 200.

EMPIRE artist Mozzy hails from Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood, and has become popular among music lovers after he featured in 2018’s Black Panther track. In 2019, Mozzy’s last solo album Internal Affairs was released. However, the same year, we also witnessed Blood Cuzzins, which was a collaboration album with Tsu Surf.

Even BLXST is quickly becoming popular not just in West Coast, but in other regions as well, as he is delivering smooth hooks and real lyrics. In the year 2019, he dropped a collaboration project with Bino Rideaux titled Sixtape. Very recently, he released a solo EP, No Love Lost, just last week. Initially, he gained popularity due to his work in production as well as collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, YG, Mozzy, G Perico, Eric Bellinger, Bino Rideaux and more.

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“Death Is Callin” for Mozzy in new video

“Death Is Callin” for Mozzy in new video

“Death Is Callin” for Mozzy in new video

Just a few months post the release of his latest LP Beyond Bulletproof, Mozzy made an announcement about the release of his next album this month, Occupational Hazard, via social media. The announcement was succeeded by a new single called “Death Is Callin,” which Jay P Bangz produced and portrays the Sacramento rapper talking about his life in a gang as well as on the streets:

“Big dawg, my circumference is full of those, I’m uncomfortable ‘round these h*** ‘cause I know they gave ‘em the drop, my dawg facin’ murder, they think I gave him the chop, paid attorney service, they think I gave him the guap…/”

The visual portrays Mozzy along with a few cohorts, as he rides all over the city sitting in a Civic. At the end of the visual, they manage to implement a planned an attack, as they run into the house of the enemy and gun shots are portrayed, with the bullets whizzing past the windows. Then, the group gets into their vehicle and flees, which aligns with the realism narrated in Mozzy’s rhymes.

In May, Mozzy released Beyond Bulletproof featuring 13 tracks and additional appearances from Shordie Shordie, G Herbo, King Von, Eric Bellinger, Polo G, his brother E Mozzy, and more. During the first week of the release itself, the album helped him reach a top 50 spot on the Billboard 200.

Mozzy recently spoke about how he’s been coping with the quarantine:

“I’m loving it. I’ve always been a social distance type of person, so this is right up my alley. I hate that there’s no malls I could walk through and feel the love from the people. I also hate that we can’t sit down inside of a restaurant and buss down. Outside of that, I’m enjoying it.”

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