In the opening frames of the artist-directed visuals for Bizz-E Blaze‘s first feature, we’re informed that “It’s a very thin line between love and hate.” That may be true, but I have a feeling our readers will be firmly in the former camp after listening to Heather/Fake Love. As you may have guessed, the record is split into two distinct halves: after a sensual opening stretch in which the Brooklyn native gloats about the female attention his recent success has garnered him, Jay Dot‘s beat abruptly darkens in mood as the artist tries to discern the truth behind a certain shawty’s mind games. Released to the ‘net in late November, Blaze’s BizzOGraphy LP is available now for free download via Audiomack.
Written by richard on 05/20/14
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