Blitz Amadeus
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Blitz Amadeus

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Not since LL Cool J burst on the scene at hip-hop’s inception has there been such a dynamic
combination of youth, energy, lyrical originality and rhyme prowess bundled so efficiently in to one complete package. While Far Rockaway, Queens, teenager Blitz Amadeus (more about the name later) can more than hold his own alongside current word smiths such as Jay-Z, Nelly.. and
Fabolous it’s his originality that sets him apart from the masses.

“Being a teenager I think it’s important for someone my age to set new standards” says Blitz. “I’m part of the new generation and while
I respect other rappers I'm also supremely
confident that I can change the game. If you see me perform live you'll see there’s a whole different energy about me - from the way I hold the mic, to how I rock my gear to my energetic performance in general.”

Signed to producer Pryce Warner’s Big Kid Entertainment, Blitz, like any rapper worth his salt, spends most waking hours writing rhymes
and honing his skills. The result has manifested itself in bolts of pure energy and originality such as “Don’t Give Up”, “Amadeus Anthem”
and “Nasty”. The lethal combination of Pryce’s cutting edge beats and Blitz’ youthful, street-edged delivery seems destined to wreak havoc
in the hip-hop industry now and years to come.

Born Ray Simon July 1983, in a loving family of five (his mother was a gospel singer and uncle, a pianist), it has been the often wild and brutal
growing up in the streets of Far Rockaway, New York that have carved their name into Blitz’s hip-hop conscience. “I write about what I see going on around me, I’m sorta like an Ghetto reporter”, he explains ”but at the same time I want to make music that can be accepted by the streets, but won’t be limited to the streets”. In that respect I look up to someone like Nelly. You can tell he’s from the streets but his music is universal, Music is
my life, I create it for everyone to enjoy.”

And what about that name: “It’s basically my hood rap name” says Blitz. “Amadeus was obviously a
great pianist and composer and although I’m not a great player I can play a bit, so when people see I rhyme and I play the name kinda stuck. It’s not anything literal. It’s more the fact that I love music and am always reading about it, learning.”

With the firm support of his family and producer,
Blitz is a man on a mission. “I know what I’ve got and I know what an impact it can make in Hip-hop and music in general. I won't rest until I’ve made
my presence felt.”