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Skyzoo returns with the second installment of his “Band Practice” series with “Grew Up on Kool-Aid.” The trumpets blow on the symphonic beat, which was produced by the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Hear the Brooklyn MC kick a few flows below.
Spread love is the Brooklyn way, and Skyzoo employs that mantra on “Spike Lee Was My Hero,” a track commemorating the infamous director’s legacy. Fellow videographer Alex Ghassan manned the camera to create a complimentary set of visuals, featuring scenes, posters, and more from a gamut of the Do the Right Thing director’s filmography.
Skyzoo releases the official “Jansport Strings” remix, which features none other than the infamous, recently freed Chi-Ali. This collaboration is a dream come true for Skyzoo, who dedicated the original track to the Bronx rapper, citing “Age Ain’t Nothin’ But A Number” as the inspiration for his own career. The Brooklyn MC captured some behind the scenes footage […]
Skyzoo leaks another track from his forthcoming project, A Dream Deferred, with “Give It Up.” Featuring a verse from DJ Prince, the track’s lofty soundscape features a bounce perfect for the two MCs’ flows. The Hip-Hop and dubstep inspired production can be credited to frequent collaborator !LLmind, who also created a jewel with Cruel Summer standout “The Morning.” […]
Skyzoo recently dropped visuals for his 9th Wonder-produced coming of age tale “Jansport Strings.” The Brooklyn MC describes the video as a parallel between himself at 9-year olds and the accomplished artist that he is today, and how the things that groomed him haven’t changed. The video ends with a clip from the legendary Video Music Box show, featuring Chi-Ali’s […]
Skyzoo shows that he’s as lyrically sharp as ever on the 9th Wonder-produced “Jansport Strings,” which he describes as “a 3 minute auto-bio of me as a kid in Brooklyn and seeing more than my friends and I had bargained for.” The track’s title has figurative meanings, as Jansport strings were once a “sign of power […]