Today St. Louis Hip-Hop artist Big Weezy introduces his unique sound to listeners with his first mixtape, “No Genre.” Produced by platinum-selling production duo, RayRayandAR, the mixtape includes a feature from Rahli and co-production by Davie Napalm, K Kudda Muzic, Kyboogs, and SwaggBoyyonthebeat.
“When listening to the mixtape, it is tough to choose a favorite song,” Big Weezy says of “No Genre”. “You’ll want to bump your head and dance along to each one.”
Debuting his first set of singles in 2021 with “Baller Alert” and “Don’t Stop”, Big Weezy is planning to take over the music scene this year with this mixtape, a tour, and merchandise for his fans!
You can listen to the mixtape on your streaming platform of choice here.
About Big Weezy
Big Weezy has been spitting bars since he was just a kid with dynamics and a sound that is different from others. The St. Louis, Missouri rapper followed in the footsteps of his dad and brother after growing up watching them make music. At only 10 years old, Big Weezy’s father had written him his first song. His brother motivated him to step in the studio and start recording by writing Weezy his first ever recorded verse.
Not only was he influenced by his family, but also by the artists he grew up listening to including Eminem, Ludacris, Cassidy, and Tupac. He was the type of kid who would remember all the lyrics and sing along. He wants listeners to enjoy his music and sing along like he does. His music is meant to make people feel good when listening to it. He ensures that each song stands out by making euphoric music that offers a release from the negativity in the world. He wants his music to act as an escape from reality. His music will make you feel like you want to get up to sing and dance along.
2021 is the first year that Big Weezy started to release music on all streaming platforms with his singles “Baller Alert” and “Don’t Stop”. In 2022, you can expect the release of Big Weezy’s debut mixtape, “No Genre”. He works closely alongside the Billboard certified, platinum selling production duo, Rayrayandar, and the producer he bought his first beat from, Yung Borski.