KeeZY Drops Visuals For “I Miss You” & “Still Got It”

Cleveland bred Los Angeles based hip hop artist KeeZY releases two new visual for “I Miss You” and “Still Got It”.

In “I Miss You”, KeeZY crafts a romantic slow-burned pop meets alt R&B single. The track was “inspired by an overwhelming feeling of a long distance relationship” and thrills with relatability. Creatively shot with KeeZY playing a basketball star for the “Cleveland Potholes”, the video drips with a kaleidoscope of intriguing sights and sounds.

In “Still Got It”, the song features a raw, gritty and fierce flow complete with a catchy hook highlighting the silver lining that is prosperity. With deep electronic-drenched rousing beats and penetrating bass, “Still Got It” is a swagger-filled party anthem and the video shows the opulence of Atlanta inspired club life. KeeZY says on the video, “A very cinematic depiction of a militant musician lifestyle that quickly transitions into the dark side of the artist.”

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Los Angeles Artist KeeZy Releases Two New Singles “Still Got It” & “I Miss You”

Los Angeles based artist KeeZY is back with two new singles “Still Got It” and “I Miss You.” Both the songs was inspired by the kinetic and never ending energy of Atlanta’s nightlife, and the artist found himself shifting his sound to encompass the excitement and opulence of club life. With one track hip hop leaning, and the other a pop inspired, the tracks are being released to show the duality of the artist.

In “Still Got It”, KeeZY examines the intense and long standing hustle and self assurance that is required for artists to achieve success. The track features a raw, gritty and fierce flow complete with a catchy hook highlighting the silver lining that is prosperity. With deep electronic-drenched rousing beats and penetrating bass, “Still Got It” is a swagger-filled party anthem. While in “I Miss You”, KeeZY crafts a relatable romantic slow-burned pop meets alt R&B single. The track was “inspired by an overwhelming feeling of a long distance relationship. Building anticipation that you can’t really act on for the time being,” confides KeeZY. With soulful rhythms evoking a heightened sense of yearning and lust, over a colorful kaleidoscope of beats, “I Miss You” thrills with relatability.

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StaySolidRocky Tugs Heartstrings With Soulful Slapper “Vacant Heart” FT Keezy

Equally inspired by Bone Thug N-Harmony and Drake, StaySolidRocky always wears his emotions on his sleeve. Confronting his past as he struggles to keep his emotions in check, Rocky shares “Vacant Heart” featuring Keezy today via. Columbia Records. Driven by gently-plucked acoustic guitar and fluttering synth strings, Rocky digs deep while reflecting on the betrayal and empty trust for his lover: “I’m havin painless thoughts/you was the only one who knew me til you broke our bond/you got me ventin’ to this bitch and I don’t even got her fuckin heart/I showed my scars, they fake a hunnid’ but I see the flaws.” Listen to the KFK produced song HERE.

“Vacant Heart” is the latest in a line of moving and melodic loosies, including “Toxic” garnering over 200k video views since its release earlier this week, and certified gold hit “Party Girl”, which eclipsed over 80 million streams to date and currently #21 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Rocky is currently putting the finishing touches on his debut EP and enjoying finding himself within his music. 

“I don’t use a standard flow or try to recreate whatever I did on my last song,” the 19-year-old notes. “I make things that will sound good to the ear, and I always take pride in my lyrics.” Having used a combination of talent, social media, and the belief in himself, Rocky already sees the outcome of his art—according to Rocky “this is just the beginning.”

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