Willy Wallz
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Willy Wallz

Hollywood, Florida, United States

Hollywood, Florida, United States
Band Hip Hop R&B


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How Do U Feel? - single

Hollywood I'm Here EP - 2010

Current Streaming/Online Digital/FM Radio Airplay Stations:

Indie Life Radio



Willy Wallz grew up in Hollywood, Florida where his smooth rolling street-smart style, genre-melding hip-hop beats, gave people another reason to head to Hollywood, Florida. Growing up among the sandy beaches and tourist hot spot, Willy says this coastal location gave him a plethora of hip-hop sounds such as East Coast, Miami urban, Southern and a sprinkle of West Coast that fueled his creativity. It’s the fusion of all these sounds that gave Willy Wallz edge over other hip-hop artists.

Willy’s getting a lot of radio play from his latest EP, “Hollywood I’m Here”,
a title that is a ‘shout out’ for his hometown, while Willy is also giving that ‘other’ Hollywood in California a kick-start letting them know he’s rising up and on the way. Within the five songs his new EP, Willy artfully runs the gamut from flashy jewelry and flashier cars in Pimp It Hard to the lustful wordplay of Appetizer to the R&B flavored kinky love song lyrics of So Good.

The lead single off this new EP is “How Do U Feel?”. The thought behind this song is to tell all women that not all men care about just themselves. There are men who care about the women. Its high techno, dance beat is definitely something to listen to. The beat is wild, the rimes the rhythm just make you want to move. Vocal distortions and electronic vibrations really take you for a ride. It has high commercial appeal that brings Willy Wallz to the forefront. This song is representative to Willy’s over all style and swagger.

“My mission is to create good music that my listeners can
enjoy. For me, music is entertainment, and I’m doing my part as an
artist to keep listeners entertained and engaged with every song, and able to relate and feel what I’m saying.”