November’s Artist of the Month

Ahzay

Debuting on the rap scene with the album, The Routine, in 2014, Ahzay is the definition of a multifaceted artist who connects through the art spectrum: music, film, media and beyond.

The Maryland rapper entered the music industry as a member of the Senior Project Collective. Other members include artists: Brian Cassette, Calvin Little, Paris Price and executive producer Big J. The previously mentioned album featured, “uLike” which saw radio play in Los Angeles, California and New York. Ahzay has established himself as a songwriter, headliner, video director, host, actor and artist. He touches all stages in his musical process, a practice that is a distinct technique resounding in each of his projects. He has gone on record stating influences such as Rick Ross, Sade, Kanye West and Brian Cassette.

 

Between projects, the rapper steadily gained traction with debuted singles like “Show You” in 2014, “Nothing” and “Never Let” in 2016, “Litigation” and his banger “Way Too” in 2017.

Later that year, Ahzay released his second album Gold Sodium Vol. 1 with the title track, “Gold Sodium.” Executive produced by Big J and himself, the album indefinitely leveled Ahzay as a big player in the DMV rap game.

Gold Sodium, Vol. 2: Tears on the Page is a follow up to his critically acclaimed Gold Sodium, Vol. 1 as Ahzay continues to work and reach new musical heights. The project will be released November 9th!

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