Love This Track will like to introduce you to our Featured Artist, Rahzel Jr.
“Freedom or jail, clips inserted, A baby’s being born same time a man is murdered, The beginning and end, as far as rap goes, It’s only natural, I explain my plateau, but just know Razah rahz the name”
The Golden Age of Hip-Hop along with the Greats are far from being gone, but I can assure you that Kendrick Lamar and Nas aren’t the only one’s birthing a relevant and much needed, conscious platform deep into “The Culture” of Hip-Hop. Rahzel Jr. The Son of the Legendary Roots Beatboxer & extraordinaire Rahzel, who already comes from a musical bloodline of kings and pure raw talent is making a paramount name for himself; but the Philly born, Bronx raised Indie – artist is only getting started. From appearances on Rap Fest Series 3, The source 360 Unsigned Hype performance to Sway in the morning; the young emcee is quickly being noted for his ambitious craft of sounding like a young Nas. Not to mention his esthetic style sense, with the pleasures of rocking Karen Civil wear, straight down to his own clothing line of “The culture”.
“With success on my mind, all I can do is be great. No fear in my eyes, the world is mine to take, I don’t do it for the fortune or fame, I do it for the culture, don’t mind if I share my thoughts, I just do it for the culture”- Rahzel Jr.
Rahzel recently released his Official Video “The Culture” Directed by Chris Zino, where Razah rahz sheds lights on his intrinsic, organic rap style and ultimately dissects today’s culture. In addition to its dope visuals, the songs entry delivers an immaculate violin piece which continues throughout the anthem. Rahzel meticulously converses a powerful message of integrity and contribution to the solutions of the problems in today’s generation. The young emcee even pays homage to legend Run DMC’s Jam Master Jay and highlights the Trayvon Martin march within the song. The mere fact that Rahzel intuitively speaks about “The Culture” which deals with the development or improvement of the mind by education or training is in itself a breath of fresh air. Razah rahz has nurtured his rapping since the age of 11, and is now coming into a pivotal stage of his divine artistry. The Songs “No Grammy” & S.O. A.R ( Son of A Rahzel) where Rahzel raps about putting God and family first, knowing he is well on his way to someday receiving a Grammy; were released early this year all in waits for Rahzel’s New Project entitled “The Culture”, with the EP’s cover art of ancient hieroglyphics.
“Given the state of our society, the vision of the culture is to maintain a balance. Having fun – turning up – with a message. With that being said, in order to continue to push the culture forward, we must acknowledge where it has been and what we have to do to uplift it,” – Rahzel jr.
I’m sure the world isn’t fully ready for what is about to take place, but you can bet that the Name Rahzel Jr. is someone you should quickly become familiar with.
Please support & Follow Rahzel Jr. We here at Love This Track think Rahzel Jr. is definitely in the upcoming league of great rappers. His flow & style of rapping is fresh, informative, & timeless! Looking forward to hearing more from Rahzel Jr. !
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/razahrahz
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RazahRahz
- Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/razahrahz
- Instagram: https://instagram.com/razahrahz/
Check out his latest video & interview with Sway below: