Hard-working Chi-town emcee Dyzzi(Formerly known as Dizzy P, Dizzy Flow, and briefly 90s Dizzy) has been delivering solid bangers for a while now and now he returns with the visuals for his single “Hallelujah”. The gripping record is both heartfelt, thought-provoking and sheds light into the plight of inner-city kids. He takes time to speak on the issues with candid authority over the haunting hard-hitting backdrop (courtesy of BLK Saturn) laid behind him and brings the listener closer to home with the visual directed by Directed and Shot by ChrisP. The director’s use of black and white aesthetic makes the song even more gripping as we watch Dyzzi take us deep into the cold streets.

Dyzzi released his long-awaited sophomore album KidsBackThen in Summer of 2019, which consists of songs he has been writing since 2014 but never felt he would record. Get it HERE.


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