Hailing from somewhere in New York, newcomer CUZiCAN, boast lyrics you can understand and songs that make sense.
Recently freed from his BMG publishing deal, CUZiCAN, the former radio personality has no qualms about speaking his mind.
For some reason, however, he is excellent at dodging questions that will give his true identity away while sharing his accolades.
Under his prior name (which he claims he will reveal when the time is right) he has appeared on BET's Rapcity Cypher, in The Source Magazine's "Off the Radar" segment, won an Underground Music Award for song of the year (NYC), and written or co-written songs for Eminem, DJ Green Lantern, Ricki Lee Coulter, Esmee Denters & the NFL Network to name a few.
CUZiCAN's first two singles "Facade" & "Talking to Myself" both have a genuine honesty and grit that evoke relatable emotions of success and frustration simultaneously.
For "Facade" CUZiCAN taps into fellow producers, David Schuler (PINK, John Legend, New Politics), Elijah (Vato) Woods (Carl Thomas) & Javelin (Midnite Beatz) Taylor (Frankie J, 38 Spesh). "Facade" kicks off with a "No Church in the Wild" vibe and grows intensely into something considerable to classical Mozart mashed with Guns & Roses.
The visuals, however, paint an even more all too real picture of what we see happening today not only in America but the world.
The animated music video for "Facade" is not only powerful, but couldn't be any more accurate with the state the United States is in.
Depicting the rich getting richer while profiting off the misfortunes of others, racism, police brutality, white privilege, and what could be the difference between a family man and a terrorist.