“Az Izz is a fascinating rapper, balancing blunt humor and villainy in a way few rappers can” – So Flo Sound reviews new album “Dopeliss”

Brick City rapper and producer Az Izz, formerly of the legendary New Jersey group The Outsidaz who at one time counted Pace Won, Young Zee, D.U. and Rah Digga among their numbers, released his solo album “Dopeliss” through New Dawn Records on July 3rd 2020.

Having spent several years in tv, film and sports productions together with artist development ventures, the album is his first major release in some time marking the return to the hip hop fold.

Largely self produced with additional contributions by Qua Z Mo, DJ Profluent and DJ 3rd Rell, a number of his fellow former group members appear as guest featured artists with a further contingent of Newark natives in the form of Drift, Nam, Jaja Kenyatta and Rube the Difference.

Online publication So Flo Sound have just published an in depth review of the album which reflects the key essence of the themes and sounds reflected throughout the ten tracks. Read the article in full HERE

From the album is the official video “Gettin’ It” featuring Drift

“Dopeliss” is available to stream and download from all major digital platforms and stores worldwide including APPLE, TIDAL, AMAZON and Spotify

With some new upcoming independent projects in the pipeline this year, keep up to date with Az on social media via twitter @TheRealAzizz and Instagram @RealAzizz

For more information on this and all of New Dawn records’ releases, visit their official website www.newdawnrecs.com

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