YOUNG RISING CHRISTIAN RAP ARTIST JAY BIZZZE DROPS HIS FRESHMAN
PROJECT, A VIDEO SINGLE INSPIRED BY KING T’CHALLA OF MARVEL’S BLACK PANTHER, RELEASES OCTOBER 26, 2018
LYNCHBURG, VA…October 15, 2018…Virginia’s own Jeremiah Bell (aka Jay Bizzze) is thrilled to release his freshman project, a video single entitled “T’Challa”. The song speaks of a young black kid with dreams of infusing his world with the righteousness and blessings of God through Christ.
Inspired by the blockbuster hit Marvel movie Black Panther, Jay puts his own spin on the idea of a Wakanda type land where the righteousness of God flows through the hearts and minds of its inhabitants. Realizing that this world will never be a perfect place, T’Challa is determined to fill the world with people who are being perfected by Christ.
As a young black man who refuses to be a victim, and instead chooses to be a victor, Jay takes the advice of his father (an ordained minister) and adopts the following philosophy:
“VictOR or VictIM? What is the difference? Either “IM” choosing to let something defeat me. “OR” refusing to let it beat me. That’s the difference between victIM and victOR. I refuse to lose! I am a VICTOR!”
That sort of fatherly inspiration is what led Jay to open with “Yeah I got swag, got it from dad…” This song is power packed with lyrical genius and is sure to be a hit with all who hear it. And the professional cinematography makes this video able to stand right next to videos of many of Jay’s awesome influences like Trip Lee and Lecrae.
Video – Jay Bizzze – “T’Challa”:
More about Jay Bizzze:
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 school’s 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.