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Bowie, Maryland, United States | INDIE

Bowie, Maryland, United States | INDIE
Band Hip Hop Pop


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"Monday Work Anthem"

If you ever had a “No More Monday” moment going back to work, then we have the anthem for you, especially for radio programming consideration. We’re talking about the lyrical brilliance of C.H.A.Z.Z., who has an entire album based on “Cubicle Muzik”, which is the title of his new release, specifically battling our work trials and tribulations. However, the only gospel here is real lyrical work ethics, ready to be witnessed. Take it for a spin, download it for free, and let us know what you think. - openmusicwire.com


Cubicle Muzik the LP

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Some people are simply destined to be stars. Others may have to put in years of hard work to eventually get their due diligence and recognition. And yet there are others who despite hard work and dedication are simply destined to sit in a cubicle for the rest of their lives...

C.H.A.Z.Z. strives to provide a voice for people who lead ordinary lives that are not as glamorous as those portrayed on the TV screen. In his music, he speaks to the person who works a 9 to 5 to make ends meet, struggles with the job market, and doesn't necessarily love what he or she is doing.

Growing up in the Washington D.C. area, Chazz began writing his own music at the age of 9 using a small keyboard that his parents had lying around the house. This was the beginning of Chazz's interest in music which continued to grow well into his high school years. He first began to create a buzz for his music amongst his peers by selling tapes out of his locker. His peers were able to relate to his music because it typically involved issues that teens of his age faced on a daily basis, such as peer pressure, grades, and enjoying youth.

Fast forward many years, Chazz now writes music of a different subject matter. He states, "I'm all grown up now and I want to address the some of the adjustments that many people have to make when they reach this point in life." His project "Cubicle Muzik" includes songs that cover a range of topics that people in their 20's and 30's are faced with. He discusses the stress of working life and finding a satisfying career as well as struggling to get one's finances in order. Chazz realizes that it is a creative risk to make the type of music that he makes, but he believes that it is important to promote this side of life.