Mozzy Shares Lyric Video for “LOST IT ALL” ft. Fridayy,  a Standout From His New Album

CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS Is Available Everywhere Via CMG/Interscope

Mozzy’s Deeply Personal CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS is Dedicated to Those Left Behind By The Streets, Featuring Guest Appearances from Eric Bellinger, and Mozzy’s Oak Park Associates Celly Ru and E Mozzy

Critical Praise:
“Mozzy is the flip side of that coin, conscience-stricken and tormented by every loss. Less than a year removed from a stint in federal prison, there is seemingly even greater caution to his music now, turning his matter-of-fact disposition in an even more poignant direction. Mozzy, who recently said he was “not one to glorify his L’s,” has moved into a hyper-reflective position on his new album, Children of the Slums.” – NPR

“He never needs to raise his voice or act out just to grab your attention; his delivery is assured and consistent but never overconfident. But despite how second nature rapping is for Mozzy, he never lets that confidence tilt into arrogance.” – Pitchfork

“Mozzy is the definition of a rapper in the zone, with a signal-to-noise ratio that rivals anyone else working in hip-hop today.” – Complex

“Chalk it up as a victory for Sacramento’s lyrical champion.” – HipHopDX

Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest West Coast Rap Songs of All Time (#68, “Bladadah”)
The Video:
Mozzy emerged from rough circumstances to become a West Coast rap hero, but his heart stills acutely feels the pain of those suffering in his neighborhood. Those feelings of pain are more prevalent than ever before on CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS, Mozzy’s new album, out now via CMG/Interscope. Today, he’s back with a special lyric video for one of the album’s most emotional cuts, “LOST IT ALL.” The single is home to a heart-wrenching hook from Fridayy, whose heavenly melodies provide Mozzy the strength to pour out traumas held within. The new visual, which shows heartfelt scenes of families from different neighborhoods within the LA-area, providing a backdrop for Mozzy to tackle the themes that he not only dives into on this track, but throughout the entire album.

Watch the lyric video for “LOST IT ALL” ft. Fridayy: https://mozzy.lnk.to/LOSTITALLVideo

Released in April, CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS is one of Mozzy’s most personal projects to date. Over 17 deeply personal tracks, Mozzy chronicles the hardships of those born into poverty–many of whom appear in photos on the album’s cover–and details their daily trials and tribulations. As Mozzy reflects on the lives on those around him, the 36-year-old rapper considers how his upbringing has affected his mindset, and how it haunts him even as he pursues his successful rap career. The album is his first since ending a year-long prison sentence, and though he missed the game while he was gone, CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS reveals that he most regrets being less able to help his community.

The album is home to singles like “FREE JUJU,” salutes a young man who lost his way, even after Mozzy took him under his wing, “JADED,” a heartfelt collaboration with Eric Bellinger, the lyrical “MISS BIG BRUH,” and “IF I DIE RIGHT NOW,” a moving tribute to Mozzy’s late grandmother. Praised by The New York Times and NPR, among others, the album also hosts new highlights like “RED NOSE BULLY.” Featuring additional appearances from Mozzy’s longtime Oak Park associates Celly Ru and E Mozzy, CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS is available everywhere via CMG/Interscope.

CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS tracklist:
DAMN
STILL HURT
CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS
RED NOSE BULLY
LOST IT ALL ft. Fridayy
MISS BIG BRUH
EBONY FROM 12TH
MISS YOU BLOOD
JADED ft. Eric Bellinger
LIVING PROOF ft. E Mozzy
TRAUMATIZED
LOST IN MY THOUGHTS
FREE JUJU
ACT A FOOL ft. Celly Ru & E Mozzy
I CAN’T GO OUT ft. Afira
IF I DIE RIGHT NOW
BETTER WITHOUT YOU
Children of the Slums arrives after a busy 2023 for the respected rapper. In the Fall, Mozzy released a series of high quality visuals for songs like the heartfelt “If I Die Right Now.” Before Mozzy finished up a one-year bid in May, he released KOLLECT KALL, a 6-track EP, home to the acclaimed single “FREE ALL THE LIFERS.” KOLLECT KALL earned coverage in Pitchfork, Rap Radar, HotNewHipHop,& Okayplayer, and more. The neighborhood hero linked up with a like-minded veteran when he appeared on Killer Mike’s GRAMMY Award-winning album MICHAEL, and he kept the streets hot with singles like the flex-heavy “10 Percent” (9.1 million views).

Mozzy’s new album continues his run as one of the most acclaimed and popular street rappers of his generation. He has earned two GOLD certifications from the RIAA as a lead artist–”Excuse Me” and “Sleep Walkin–and three more on his collaborations with Skylar Grey, Likybo, and $tupid Young. Mozzy earned mainstream recognition in 2018, when his song “Sleep Walkin” was featured in a pivotal scene in Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther, and he earned a shout out from Kendrick Lamar in his Grammy Award acceptance speech. His street classic “Bladadah” placed #68 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Best West Coast Rap Songs of All Time.

“I’m still looking out for all the children of the slums,” says Mozzy. “I am there for them because I know if the situation was flipped, they would do the same for me.”

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“LOST IT ALL” ft. Fridayy (Lyric Video): https://mozzy.lnk.to/LOSTITALLVideo

CHILDREN OF THE SLUMS: https://mozzy.lnk.to/ChildrenOfTheSlums

“RED NOSE BULLY”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WQDcIKqMX4

“JADED” ft. Eric Bellinger: https://Mozzy.lnk.to/Jaded / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3NOqXE2fPo

“FREE JUJU”: https://Mozzy.lnk.to/FREEJUJUVideo / https://Mozzy.lnk.to/FREEJUJU

“Ain’t On Sh*t” ft. Lil Zay Osama: https://mozzy.lnk.to/AINTONSHIT / https://youtu.be/GHw5oAVxUwM?si=Q2o2z-1yofsrbxba

“IF I DIE RIGHT NOW”: https://mozzy.lnk.to/ifidierightnow / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7UVt7KUkj4

“Count Time”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oaaW-sPj1M&

“10 Percent”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rZq8S5dpKk

KOLLECT KALL EP: https://mozzy.lnk.to/KOLLECTKALL/

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