Southside Kizzy comprises a sound that heightens motivation for the masses. Lyrically, the musician speaks on his untouchable ambition. Moreover, Kizzy proves time and time again that he’s true to himself. The Massachusetts-based budding artist gives versatility a new meaning as he bounces from blunt raps to melodic, heartfelt verses. Not to mention, he covers societal and environmental issues, which can be heard in songs like “BLM.”
But aside from these topics, the BSG Takeoff signee speaks about staying on his P’s and Q’s. The situations he’s been through have prepared him for future occurrences. Also, he reflects on his upbringing while living in a certain neighborhood. Kizzy counts his blessings and enjoys the success he’s earned. Should an opp talk reckless, he will put them in their place.
On Friday, Kizzy intends on dropping his new single, “Case Closed (feat. Millyz).” Over the spine-chilling drill beat, Kizzy speaks about ascending in his music career. The rapper gives credit to his hustle mentality. He earns multiple streams of income by getting a bag and flipping it. After, Kizzy informs others that he doesn’t trust a soul.
For instance, he spits
“I don’t trust no one/Ain’t taking no chances/I’m gon’ ball on em’/N*gga don’t touch me, don’t know where your hands been.”
Given his success, it’s safe to say that he’s got the keys to the streets. It took long days and restless nights to get to where he’s at today.
“I was a jit, but I turned to a beast/And they told me to drop, I can’t wait to release,” he raps.
There’s no way Kizzy is giving others handouts. The verse ends with a giant middle finger towards opps talking down on his name.
Millyz uses his verse to flex hard, telling the listeners
“Ballin’ in Texas, I’m in the Spur, I feel like Ginobili.”
He showcases the outcome of remaining focused and chasing your dreams.
With success comes envy. And so, Millyz looks over his shoulder for backstabbers. He closes his verse by lyrically demonstrating how an opp will be handled if they challenge him.