Check out upcoming artist, Young Pizzy. His track “Apology” with Zara is a nice mellow tune, that can definitely keeping you listening on chill mode. I know I had to hit the repeat button a few times, so I’m sure you will do.
Budding Rapper, Young Pizzy would be releasing a new single featuring a Toni Payne managed artiste and one of the hottest female act in the industry, Zara.
The track titled ‘Apology’ center on the topic of forgiveness in a relationship between a man and woman ‘which necessitated the need to have Zara the flyest on the record’, the rapper explains for the collaboration. ‘The issue of err and forgiveness featuring both gender’, he explained. On his relationship with Zara, he said: ‘We have been friends for a while, if a collaboration didn’t happen now, it would have happened in the nearest future’.
Young Pizzy is a quadruple threat – recording artiste, producer, songwriter and video director.
The ‘Apology’ single off the album titled ‘Diary of a Paper Chaser’ with other growing hit singles like ‘Dreamer’ and ‘Liquid, leaf and sound’ would be premiereing online on www.audionigeria.com on the 16th of March 2011.
Young Pizzy was born to a father who was a showbiz promoter and artiste manager. His birth name is Agbambu Prince Uchechukwu and he grew up in the low brow area of Lagos but hails from Ibuza in Asaba, Delta state, Nigeria, was born into a family that loves music and entertainment as a whole.
Young Pizzy starred in the music video for Daddy Fresh who was been managed by his father then and the singular action inspired him to write his own lyrics – at the age of 7. To create a style and sound of his own, he began listening to Vicious, Warren G, Late Fela kuti, Buju banton, Kris Kross, Aaliyah, Junior & Pretty, Daddy Fresh and a host of others.
At the age of 12, he got enrolled into the boys brigade band , where he stood out as a nifty for snare drummer and like other successful musician, he had a fair share of ‘church eperience’ in St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Ajegunle. At 15, he started music professionally and joined Raymass Family, with Rayan T (Nothin dey par) as the leader of the group.