Hip Hop fans know that the underground is where the magic happens. The greatest music usually comes from the artists most casual fans haven’t quite heard about yet, but who are pushing hard to get their message out into the world. Brizzle La Musica‘s Gorilla Warfare is one of those gems.
Brizzle La Musica emerges from the elite Toronto music scene in Canada with a Lebanese background and caught the attention of many fans after posting a vast array of freestyle videos on the TorontoRappers.com Instagram page, creating an insatiable internet buzz and expanding fan base surrounding his music and persona. With his latest record Gorilla Warfare, we get a fresh and bold take on a next-level style of Hip Hop any avid listener can identify with.
Each track on this record really encompasses a signature craft that solely belongs to Brizzle and him only. He delivers a style that is versatile, charismatic, and really vibes in a way that tells a story throughout every verse and measure. He is accompanied by a slew of feature artists on this album as well, which gives each song a different angle and spotlight into his artistic merit.
His anchor single “Get The Strap (feat. Hoodlum)” is one of the highlighted bangers on this record with a solid flow, wordsmithy lyrical content and an unwavering energy that pulls you right into Brizzle‘s overall artistic merit. This single is definitely a generous contribution to today’s Hip Hop and won’t disappoint you in the least.
The best thing about Gorilla Warfare is the consistency. It has a signature sound that each track carries over and keeps you interested. Brizzle‘s rhyming style is very multifaceted and dynamic, and really grows on you as this record plays out. This is the record that is gonna continue to bring him to the top, and Hip Hop fans everywhere will soon be hearing his name.
A Few Questions with Brizzle La Musica:
What is Gorilla Warfare about?
The record is really about showcasing my different musical abilities with combination of showing the city that we can work together.
Name three artists you’d compare your style to.
I can’t be compared to anyone necessarily, but I’m inspired by artists like Jay, The Lox, 50 Cent and many others.
What’s been the highlight of your music career so far?
Being able to compete on the BET Freestyle Friday.
What’re your plans for the rest of the year and 2019?
To finish the rest of the EP and drop some new music by November.
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