CHH ARTIST, JAY BIZZZE, RELEASES “T’CHALLA”, A FIERCE AND ENERGETIC SINGLE PETITIONING THE SAINTS TO DIE TO THEMSELVES AND LIVE IN CHRIST

Jay Bizzze is a rising force in Christian Hip Hop. Jay Bizzze has opened up for Spotify Editorial Playlists artists such as Rockstar JT, Kham, and Anthone Ray. His music even garnered the attention of former New York Giants Running Back, Dancing With The Stars Season 24 Champion, and NY Times Bestselling Author, Rashad Jennings, who actually stars in one of Jay’s recent videos, LCA ANTHEM II.

2020 is poised to be Jay’s breakout year with his recent single “War Ready” having already featured on Rapzilla.com.

T’CHALLA is not what you would expect from a typical Black Panther themed song. It’s meaning is quite simple. Throughout the song, Jay Bizzze symbolically relates to himself as King T’Challa and compares the blackness of his suit to the commonly held tradition of wearing black attire to a funeral. But in this song, the allegorical funeral happens to be his own, which symbolizes him dying to himself, dying to his sin, and living free in Christ Jesus (Galatians 2:20).

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In just a short time, Bizzze has developed a humble, highly respected, and very mature persona. As a student at the largest private Christian school in the state of Virginia (Liberty Christian Academy (LCA)), he ministered to students at chapels and convocations. He also created the school’s first-ever fight song, the LCA Bulldogs Anthem, and video: https://bit.ly/2OvZM5W. A couple of years later, he created a second school song and video entitled LCA Anthem II: https://bit.ly/2P7k4lw. Both are continually played at the schools sporting events. His talent caught the attention of former New York Giants Running Back and Dancing With The Stars Season 24 Champion Rashad Jennings, who actually stars in the LCA Anthem II video. Jay Bizzze was born in Portsmouth, VA in April 2000. He took his first stab at rap just four years ago. The producers of the T’Challa video, Aerial Illustrations, have asked Jay to continue with them as they back him in his future projects.

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