As one of the UK’s most prolific Hip Hop artists, TRZ has produced music for over 100 artists in both the UK and US. For over a decade he has been globally recognized for his performances as co-founding artist/producer for the group The Souljah Clique. His music career has seen him support legendary artists such as Method Man & Redman, Afrika Bambaataa, Wu-Tang’s Raekwon, Rodney P and many more.
‘Blame the Bizness’ is a perfect example of TRZ’s infectious blend of Hip Hop and Neo Soul, as well as being satirical, meaningful and definitely soulful. This second, official music video release by TRZ, is taken from his first official full-length solo album, ‘Mind Open’, mastered by world-renowned engineer Kenny Mixx, widely known for his work with artists Cee Lo, Outkast, Rick Ross and more.
This track once again proves to me that TRZ deserves a seat at the table with the best young producer-performers of this generation. TRZ is one of the few who is emerging on his own and has been striving for musical eloquence in his approach to Hiphop and Neo Soul. Like with most of his efforts TRZ is experimenting with beats and rhythms. He delivers with ‘Blame the Bizness’ as he does on all of the tracks of the album, ‘Mind Open’. I loved the album, but moreover I like the fact that he tries so many types of sounds in the music he produces.
TRZ continues to have the pulse of what appeals to most music lovers. His sound and rhythms make one want to move and groove while enjoying a pleasant listening and toe-tapping experience along with the subtle lyrical messages he delivers. On ‘Blame the Bizness’, TRZ hits another home run with his ‘magic formula’.
‘Blame the Bizness’ is pretty much the video I’ve been expecting to see from TRZ. It has all the rap, funk and soul that I know he’s capable of. It has some impressively catchy vocal hooks and I imagine that this track will find itself on some pretty heavy rotation once discovered by the media tastemakers. If you enjoyed TRZ other recent works, check out ‘Blame the Bizness’ – it’s positively addictive!
However don’t stop at this video-single release, move ahead and listen to the entire album too. All-round TRZ deals out really infectious grooves, great production and solid lyrical flow. It’s rare when you find an album where you love every song. ‘Mind Open’, from where ‘Blame the Bizness’ is taken, is simply awesome; great music to get your mood flowing!