Sacramento has always served as California’s hallmark of diversity, which has produced many artist throughout the years. The nine one six has unveiled ultimate painting talent like David Garibaldi and “Actress in a leading role” Oscar winner Brie Larson. But has it always had a distinguished hip hop figure? Arguably, Mozzy rightfully owns that title right now having recently dropped his twenty seventh project just on Spotify alone. Mozzy and Juneonthebeat have been working tenaciously in the studio creating the latest grimey gangster hyped up rap combo.
The mixtape Fake Famous has just arrived and it showcases the raw emotion he has been spitting in the booth. The title suggests he has some statements to make about his recent experiences like exposing some of the fughazi in the rap game. Fake Famous consists of traditional street slaps like “Free Yatta” and “Chase Dat Money”, however during times of high racial tension, Mozzy does provide his part as a political activists in the song “The People Plan.” Nevertheless, Mozzy has been growing a diverse fan base in Sacramento and voraciously spreading it into the bay area, much of it having to do with his ability to collaborate. His recent track on the project “Hold On Me” is a California gem attracting all the buzz. The song features Sacramento’s Lex Aura, The Bay’s G-Eazy, and Bompton’s YG. Its all love from the City of Trees with much more collaboration to come. Check out Fake Famous right now for some duly noted features like Jadakiss, Iamsu! and Nef the Pharaoh:
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