Break Out Lyricist, Bizzy Crook, Heats Up the Summer with Lead Single – “Dios Mio” Off Upcoming Debut Album

Florida native rap phenom, Bizzy Crook, is gearing up to take over the summer with new single and visual, Dios Mio, out now. This J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League produced track showcases Bizzy’s raw lyricism with catchy adlibs over a melodic beat. In the visual, directed by Krews Studio, Bizzy Crook, ATL Snakeand GoodLuck Dan, you can find Bizzy indulged in his social media viewing countless sexy women, where he then gets sucked into a digital social universe surrounded by the temptations of several beautiful women yelling ‘ay dios mio’ meaning ‘OMG’. Bizzy raps about his relations with the women citing lyrics like “Damn, I gotta hand it to her. Brand new titties, new manicure. C300 she done had a few of, she want me to talk a lil Spanish to her… ay dios mio.” This track is fun and stages the entertaining, light hearted and eager side of Bizzy Crook. Bizzy’s laid back style of rap fused with his swift punch lines over harmonic beats you can just ‘ride’ to, make a bulletproof recipe for Bizzy to become a rising fan-fav. “I wrote and recorded ‘Dios Mio’ In about 30 minutes,” Bizzy states. “It was about 1AM and we were late heading out to the club. I was skipping through beats before wrapping up my session and when the beat came on, all the girls in the studio just got up and started going crazy.”

Listen to “Dios Mio” Here 

Dios Mio is the lead single off Bizzy Crook’s upcoming anticipated debut album, From Me to You, set to release next month. “This album is an open letter to my old self, friends, family, my daughter, etc. I think for a while I gave into the dark place. I had lost hope and in return, the people in my life lost hope in me,” Bizzy professes. “This album was me realizing, yo, I know who the fk I am and I’m going to do anything I set my mind to.”

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