What about Bizzy Crook, Kendrick? While listening to Kendrick’s verse last night in Quad Studios, the Miami upstart questions why K-Dot didn’t reference him in his diatribe. 16 ain’t enough.
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Strange things are happening. And while driving through the streets of New York, Bizzy opens his third eye. Off his ‘84 coming soon.
With just a click of a mouse, Bizzy Crook reaches out to Mr. West in hopes to get a response from one of his idols. You got mail.
Bizzy Crook, Ransom, and Mel Carter compete for the top Freshman spot on this new video in support of 84. The project drops on July 2nd.
Los stops by Bizzy Crooks recording sessions and shoots an instudio video for their collaboration. The song will be featured on Bizzy’s forthcoming project 84. Says Bizzy: “84 is the year MJ was drafted into the NBA. The beginning of his journey to becoming the greatest basketball player that ever lived. I’m telling my story, as a rookie that is aspiring to become the greatest. 2013 is my year, this is my ’84!”
Live from the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, Bizzy Crook vibes to Kendrick Lamar’s hit for his new music video. His next project 84 is scheduled to arrive in May.
Nelly keeps his cost low and shoots an in-studio video with Bizzy Crook for their collaboration. Trae Tha Truth must’ve been unavailable. Off his Scorpio Season mixtape which you can download here.
A few weeks prior to the release of Best Of Both Offices compilation Vol. 1, Bizzy Crook dropped a visual in support of the project. If you think it’s over, download P.S. I’m Sorry 2 here.
Bizzy follows up his single with a new video inspired by foreign rides and female deities. Download
Before his Scorpion Season begins, Nelly drops one more leak featuring Trae and Miami’s Bizzy Crook. Out of others, this is more listenable. Mixtape drops this afternoon.