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    New Houston’s MC Beezy Shares Red-Hot Album “Special”

    Two years in the making, the fast-rising Houston recording artist, MC Beezy, unveils the anticipated project Special. With the city behind him, Beezy’s new release cements his moniker, “The Voice of Houston,” with catchy melodies, magnetic energy, feel-good southern appeal and undeniable sing-a-long hooks. “It actually feels weird to just be released after so long,” MC Beezy explains. “Although these songs are brand new to people, we’ve been hearing them forever (seems like). R&B is considered as a lost art to some, but it is very much still alive. Sunday fun day, happy hour, and intimate time with your partner all need a proper soundtrack and this 10-track album covers all of those grounds. Drawing inspiration from Houston nightlife as well as certain experiences that may occur, this album is something many will be able to relate to, from one song to another. Singing has always been a part of my life and I wanted to display my growth as an artist and as a person.”

    Among the new project are breakout cuts “Crave,” “Sunday Funday” and the title track. It’s the perfect formal introduction and origin point for any newfound fan of the rising star as he ascends to superstardom. The project opens up a door to southern R&B that hasn’t been heard of since the 90s.

    MC Beezy calls himself the voice of Houston and it’s evident that the singer and rap artist has a lot to say. Coming from a city that has provided such an impactful rap infrastructure with talent like that of Slim Thug, Scarface, and Trae the Truth, Beezy is standing on his own by creating a diverse, yet soulful sound that edges on the verge of R&B. Breaking out with his single “Swagged Up I Be Killing It” in 2011, MC Beezy has grown immensely in a craft he’s been participating in since 2008.

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