In the track, the Inland Empire native uses his sharp lyricism to express his nonchalant don’t give a fuck attitude to the masses. For this single, Trizz lays down vocals on top of production created by long time collaborator AC3 Beats. The two California based prodigies have put out three projects together; “Case 17”, “The Exorcist”, and “Written In Smoke”.
On “Night Night”, the collective lets the streets know that there not playing around. The track begins as if it was scored for a scary movie, but as soon as the bass hits, this song becomes an anthem.Trizz is far from a novice to this rap shit. Looking back, the SoCal rapper has always had a passion for music. Trizz has been rocking with a mic in his hand since he was nine years old. This young artist would use Hip-Hop as a gateway to be creative and express his come up as a kid from the IE. Through the years, Trizz has implemented and developed his craft to gain his own organic fan base. His goal isn’t only to be a rapper but an icon for the newer generation of Hip-Hop. Trizz is currently considered one of the top ten West coast rappers carrying California’s underground torch (DJBOOTH).
Stay tuned because this track wouldn’t be complete without some visuals. Trizz is currently filming a music video for his big single. If you can’t wait for the official music video your in luck because “Night Night” is currently available via Tommy Boy Entertainment anywhere that music is served.
Show my boy Trizz some love people.