The modern era of music has given way to enigmas and artists of all shapes and forms who break the norm of what we have come to expect as far as what an artist truly is. Razzi is one such artist that epitomises the essence of the modern era. A multi-talented vocalist and Rapper from Columbus, Georgia. Razzi is making music that is thoughtful, conscious and driven by a desire to motivate, inspire, comfort and spread love and joy to all those that hear it.
Born Kutunnah Mitchell, having served over 8 years in the Army. He is the encapsulation of what it truly means to re-write your destiny. Having overcome adversities such as homelessness, drug induced abuse, an absent father as well as an incarcerated mother, Razzi’s resilience and charisma are rare gems to find in the modern world. After getting the opportunity to open up a show at college for Ace hood & Yo Gotti, Razzi then transitioned into recording his own music. This period of evolution led to the growth of Razzi’s creativity and undeniable talent. He has ultimately developed a style of songwriting that is transparent, daring, full of hope and reflective of his experiences, thoughts and ambitions, turning his pain into purpose and lessons into studio sessions.
Razzi has had a vast array of musical influences however he accredits the pivotal influences in his music to Tupac, Lil Wayne, Future, T.I and Kevin Gates. This all culminates in Razzi producing a musical experience that is enjoyable, easy going and fun but still seeks to provoke thought. Razzi uses his music as a vehicle to express his perspectives and tell stories.
Razzi released his latest single “Smoking on Dead Ops” that showcases his lyricism in a uniquely constructed piece of musical artistry. His music exhibits not only his versatility and vocal prowess but has surely cemented his style as a witty and confident rapper, and has paved the way for the varied expressions of his musical ideas and artistic craft. This is the music that will push the boundaries of our perception as well as inspire and drive us to introspective conversations. It’s the music that may not change the world, but can change the people in the world.
“No alarm clock needed, my passion wakes me.” - Eric D. Thomas