Mozzy continues to deliver high quality tunes for the streets. His latest is the Patron and Tariq-produced “Blackout,” a vivid collection of emotionally charged, stream-of-consciousness subject matter that he’s become popular for:
“He intercepted all the shots, they weren’t for him, so I felt he took ‘em for me, heard that day they lookin’ for me, gangland, let me black out, third or fourth grade, I was rockin’ Jerry Stackhouse, stole ‘em from my cousin cause I thought she weren’t for nothin’, signed a package, it’s for unc, that nigga kept me with some money.../”
The track also sees a black-and-white visual courtesy of Bryan Berry that shows the Sacramento emcee is his element, hanging with crew members and locals around his proverbial stomping grounds.
“Blackout” follows recently released videos for “Neva Said It” and “My Ambitionz,” along with standout features on YFN Lucci’s “Rolled On,” Kalan.FrFr’s “No Love,” and Pacman Da Gunman’s “Zero Tolerance.” Last year, he released Beyond Bulletproof and Occupational Hazard, two well-received bodies of work that saw collaborations alongside Shordie Shordie, King Von, G Herbo, Blxst, Eric Bellinger, Polo G, YFN Lucci, Wale, Trae Tha Truth, Tsu Surf, Stacy Barthe, and more.
“It’s crazy, I wake up every day feeling like I’m living my childhood dream. I’m living everything I’ve dreamed of. When you sit on your bunk in jail, you just dream. You try to imagine s**t; imagine yourself with $100,000 worth of jewelry on. You try to imagine yourself in a $100,000 car. You try to imagine yourself buying new property. I’m really living my dream, this s**t’s crazy.”
Press play on Mozzy’s “Blackout” video below. Hopefully, a new full-length release lies on the horizon.