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You have to pay your dues gradually to grow industry love & support for your music — Fizzi Marley

You have to pay your dues gradually to grow industry love & support for your music — Fizzi Marley

You have to pay your dues gradually to grow industry love & support for your music — Fizzi Marley

Rising new Ghanaian artiste, Fizzi Marley, has a different opinion about growing support base and love from the Ghanaian music industry. According to him, the growth of an upcoming artiste depends a lot on how he or she would network, stay consistent and pay their duties to gurus in the game who run content.

The new act who has just dropped a new EP titled “Beats & Love” is very optimistic his new catalogue will make a lot of influence though it’s taking time to materialize. The EP has 6 songs listed for it.

Listen to his “Beats & Love” Album EP here: https://ampl.ink/dV6AV

Listen to Fizzi Marley on Audiomack: https://audiomack.com/album/fizzi-marley/beats-and-love
Follow Fizzi Marley on social media:
FACEBOOK: Fizzi Marley
Instagram & Twitter: @FizziMarley

BIOGRAPHY (Fizzi Marley):
Kem Salem Kofi Ankude decided to join the music world when he had his first recording studio experience back in year 2003 in Togo. He was by then a member of Hip-hop group “New Breed” composed by VinC, Krazy H and the late Eedem Bones. Feezy X decided to simplify his stage name to Fizzi when he left New Breed in 2005 to concentrate more on music prodution and studies.

His music production journey gets more interesting as he meets Big Thug a prolific Togolese Hip Hop producer with whom he spent a long work and brotherly relationship.The creation vibe was of course around french Rap music. In 2008 Fizzi_ thanks to Big Thug’s recommendations_ lands his first music production contract at 3eme Dimension, one of the top studios in Togo, where he will co-work with Tohr.

In 2009 he decided to better up his production craft by joining the AllThat Production team lead by top music producer Karlos Danklou. There his experience was more oriented towards live music production. In 2010 Fizzi had to leave for his motherland Ghana after receiving an admission at the University of Ghana (Legon).This will be the beginning of his “AfroBeats” life.

The first artist he worked with was E-fine currently known as Ceeza Milli with whom he will form a short time group. In his production journey Fizzi got to work in various studios like Magnum Beats’, One Nation, Beehyve studios and High Mansion studios. In the year 2013-2014 Fizzi formed the TNL (Team Next Level) group with Xcalid (Now DJ Kojo Triek).They released songs namely Shawele, What’s Up (featuring Gemini), Lighters Up (featuring Young Boss), Dunkele etc..

May 2018, Fizzi takes the biggest leap into a solo career by releasing “Ovaload” featuring Feli Nuna, popular ghanaian songstress to whom he produced songs like “I Like am” (Performed at Coke Studio 2017),“Dream”,“Afro magic”,“Azaa” etc…
In September 2018 the multi-favored act decides to go by the stage name Fizzi Marley and the following month, drops a controversial trap song _”Burn”_ to which he released his first solo music video on March 11, 2019

Fast forward on the April 24, 2019 Fizzi Marley reveals his “Vibe Lord” status on “Beats & Love”. A 6 tracks EP composed of an inspirational song titled “Time” featuring Nigerian act Matex, a french composition titled “Pour La Vie”, club jams like “Akpene”, “All Day” and “Smile” and a slow dancehall titled “Waste My Time”.A complete master piece to look out for.

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Written by Ohene Kobby

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