LIL EAZZYY IS THE “MVP”
MAJOR LABEL DEBUT MIXTAPE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AVAILABLE NOW
CHICAGO RAPPER SLATED TO PERFORM ICONIC FESTIVAL STAGES
ROLLING LOUD MIAMI, NEW YORK CITY & LOS ANGELES
PLUS HIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL & LYRICAL LEMONADE SUMMER SMASH
Lil Eazzyy continues to put up points as Rookie of the Year with the cinematic companion to “MVP.” Tune into the YouTube premiere for a livestream Q&A at 11:40am PT / 2:40pm ET via his YouTube channel. It arrives just after the official video to “Why,” where the Chicago native took to the California desert, shooting the Henry McGowan-directed visual at the culturally iconic Kill Bill church in Lancaster, CA. His major label debut mixtape Rookie of the Year release was received with incredible playlisting support from Apple’s New Music Daily, New In Hip Hop, The Plug and more. Spotify included him on the coveted New Music Friday, Most Necessary and more while covering the New Midwest playlist at Tidal. Praised by the likes of HipHopDX, HotNewHipHop, XXL and more, Rookie of the Year is definitely setting the tone for the future of Lil Eazzyy.
Lil Eazzyy plans to keep a buzzing live schedule this summer with an onslaught of festival performances. He’s currently confirmed to perform at Rolling Loud Miami, Rolling Loud New York City and Rolling Loud Los Angeles. Lil Eazzyy is also slated to perform at Hive Music Festival and Lyrical Lemonade’s Summer Smash.
The Chicago native backed up his claim of Rookie of the Year by locking himself in the studio, logging marathon sessions and devoting countless hours to his craft. In early 2021, he flew out to Los Angeles and recorded the bulk of Rookie of the Year on the West Coast. Lil Eazzyy teamed up with fellow Chicago native G Herbo for the “Onna Come Up Remix,” racking up more than 31.4 million streams and over 3.1 million views of its official video. He continued to charged up this next chapter with “Freestyle,” where he punched in with relentless rhymes, illuminating his dizzying lyricism. He maintained this momentum with the hypnotic grind of “Yes Or No” [feat. IV JAY]. Meanwhile, the single “Hunnid or Better” [feat. Bizzy Banks] hinges on his rapid-fire flow punctuated by lyrical acrobatics. Brooklyn drill phenomenon Bizzy Banks pulls up with an equally menacing guest spot, cutting through the airy synths.
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