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The ballad of Travisty- in digital stores now
Thank God for the Ghetto vol 1- digital

Two songs in rotation on Jango- MILF! and This Could Blow. Also being played on Much more to come stay tune for updates.



All in the family. Not that seventies show, but the musical pedigree afforded to the artist Travisty. Having a rich musical heritage has not jaded this up and coming star, however it serves as a reminder to uphold a family tradition of hitmaking. Born and raised in Broward county, Florida; Travisty started his rap career back in 1997 with a chance meeting with label owner Dwayne Toomer of Def Cut records. The meeting resulted in a record deal. Def Cut records had a hit back in the day with artist Raptini. Travisty went into Def Cut studios, having never recorded, dropped a freestyle that impressed the in house producer. The producer, Inspector J gave him two tracks to write to. Later on during the week Travisty came back with two hits. He recorded the demo and Inspector J submitted it to Dwayne Toomer and the rest is history. Song writing came so natural he was penning two or three songs a day, he wondered if it was really that easy. He had to play the waiting game so learned the harsh realities of the business early. So he formed his own company and started learning every aspect of the recording business. His uncle and attorney Don Mizell, who won a Grammy for the Last Ray Charles project, has been a tremendous asset to his career. They are preparing for a national release for the album:THANK GOD FOR THE GHETTO vol. 1, is due out this spring. Vol.2 will be released later this year. Mizell Music also has another artist, Beasol, that has a project set for a summer release. If you are looking for something fresh and new from the music industry you don't have to look any further, Travisty will deliver.