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Major Big Faces

by Cla$$ick

Classick and Dizzy Wright both deliver authentic hip hop in this lyrically genius duo.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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Major Big Faces by Classick featuring Dizzy Wright is an upbeat, lyrical track that provides gangster rap combined with an urban flow. A 20-year-old conscious rapper from a neighborhood in Seattle called Mt. Baker, Classick cites Tupac Shakur, Jay-Z, and Andre 3000 as his influences. He seeks to put out music that has a message: "I'm tired of all the fluff they put on the radio that doesn't do anything special for the hip hop culture." A lyricist at heart, Classick strives to make music with a catchy beat that illustrates urban life lessons with which everyone can learn. He also applies a work ethic that has been missing from the hip-hop game for some time now.
Dizzy Wright was born in Flint, Michigan and grew up with his favorite rappers being Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, which his uncle Layzie Bone was apart of. He began rapping at just 8 years old with the group “DaFuture” which included his brother and a very close friend. His mother wrote his raps at the time and was a concert promoter so he was exposed to the music industry early even doing youth reporting at major awards shows like the BET Awards and interviewing St. Lunatics and Boyz II Men. He credits this for being the reason he wants to stay away from major record labels and stick to independent labels such as Funk Volume. Dizzy is on the cover of the 2013 freshman XXL magazine.


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