L.J Frazier | Miss Her

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Miss Her

by L.J Frazier

This song was written in dedication to L.J Frazier's mom who past when he was 4yrs old R.I.P. mom miss you.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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Who is L.J.? He is an extremely talented young man merely the age of thirteen. His birth name is Lazzeri Frazier Jr. To those that are privileged to know him and share his life, he is called “L.J.”
When Lazzeri Jr. was a year old, his father bought him a guitar and noticed the child would strum the guitar with a sense of rhythm. This was unusual for a child that young. As L.J. got older, his ability to visually retain information was one of his most outstanding qualities, which contributed to his musical ability
Noting the unique attributes of his son, and his affinity for melodic sounds, his father Lazzeri Sr. started bringing him to the recording studio he founded and operated. Being around music constantly exposed Lazzeri Jr. to the intricacies of various beats and rhythms. It enhanced young L.J.’s affinity for music. He particularly loved the musical rhythmic beats of Hip-Hop. At the tender age of one, he was listening to his father playing music in the studio, and without prompting L.J. began to flow with it
LJ watched intently the performances of the singers and musicians that utilized the services of his father’s recording studio. His observations were such that he could emulate precisely the sounds and body movements of the performers and musicians. At the age of four yrs. Lazzeri Jr. had advanced to the level of proficiency, that Lazzeri Sr. decided to produce musical “Tracks” of his son.
Lazzeri Jr.’s musical skills did not escape the notice of his proud older brother, who was also musically inclined and performing. His brother began to write “Rap” lyrics and music for Lazzeri Jr., which resulted in an original song L.J. performed for his school Kindergarten class when he was the age of 5 yrs. The song received good responses.
Unfortunately, an unkind fate intervened in young Lazzeri’s life, prior to this event occurring. At the age of four and a half, L.J. lost his mother to an early passing, which devastated the family.
Becoming a single dad so young, Lazzeri Sr. did his best to fill in the gaping hole left in his young son, Lazzeri Jr. instilling in the boy, good morals and self esteem. He encouraged his son, to reach for that star, if that is what he wanted. That all things are possible, and it starts with a dream. But you need to nurture it with your talents and faith.
Lazzeri Jr. listened to his father, with his heart and innocence, and made his mind up. A musical career was what his wanted to have. From that decision on, L.J. became a skillful, fast learner of everything taught to him. Along with his admiration for his father, his main influence is his brother, “JFlowz”.
Lazzeri Jr. Is a prime example that youth is no barrier to success and you can achieve all that your talents can conceive. That stardom is just a heartbeat away.


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christina mckinney

I'm dedicating this song to my mom who passed away this song is heart felt..thanks lj for writing "Miss Her" you gone be a star some day!

Victoria Rowell

You have a great furture
You are totally amazing. When I listen to this song it make me appreciate my love ones

Jasmine Sullivan

love the song
srry how when yu were 4 yur mother died i would feel if my mother died...well. bye btw love the song..


what can i say, I LOVE IT!!!! keep doing your thing I LOVE U L.J

LaToya Wofford

Stay Strong
She is the goals to your life to keep you going forward she will alwatz n forever be in your heart until the end of time love u L.J

Aaliyah Smith

Great music!!!!
I went past youtube was watching your videos. You are such an amazing dancer & performer. I love this song L.J your music is great keep it up you gonna go far!

Mitchell Davis

keepur head up
awww! sorry bout ur mom :( keep ur head up she still wit u this a great song!

Michelle Phan


Jasmine Villegas

Keep your head up
R.I.P to your mother. Keep your head up LJ! Best of Luck to you. Your mom is watching you from above

Shamiera Hassan

Next 2Pac
This song is great coming from a kid so young he the next 2Pac keep ur head up L.J we love u
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