[Watch] Blizz Vito Releases New Visual “Fuego Freestyle” [Extended Version]

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21-year-old Panamanian Brooklyn rapper, Blizz Vito aka Bossed Up Blake, delivers his brand new “Fuego Freestyle” via his own music label Bossed Up Music Entertainment. He rose to prominence when he premiered his debut video, “Right Now” on WorldstarHipHop.  The song is a melodic track about transitioning to sobriety and finding musical success.  It became one of his biggest songs yet, with more than million Youtube views and nearly  million streams on Spotify.  

Over the last year, he has racked up over 16 million streams online most of them coming from YouTube and Spotify with his songs 3 releases, “Right Now”, “Fake Friends” and “Opp Down Ricky, Ricky, Ricky”. 

Like the legendary Brooklyn rapper, Jay-Z, he signed himself and didn’t really consider himself a rapper, just a trapper/driller speaking reality.  His upward rise has been different from many of his contemporaries in the burgeoning Brooklyn drill scene, he had no co-signs. 

With the help of 808 Melo (Co-produced by K.O.T.C),  the UK multi-platinum Drill producer responsible for production for Pop Smoke’s #1 Billboard chart-topping posthumous album, Blizz Vito created a very special Brooklyn drill sound with the “Fuego Freestyle”. 

This drill record raises the bar as it stands out for its unique frenetic staccato flow and high energy delivery with rapid succession of gunbar lyrics. The song marks the arrival of one of the most talented young rappers to emerge from the Brooklyn drill music scene. 

“Súbelo Fuego”, “It is a saying that is Spanish that I got from my uncle, every time you see him and he liked the music, he would be like ‘Súbelo fuego’.  It means turn up and it’s real lit like literally on fire.  We took that to the streets and would be in hood saying it, so it has two meanings.  It was súbelo fuego, take the game to the next level, I’ve been seeing guys that I lyrically demolish and don’t have that gritty hood energy getting  props so I was like it is time to change the culture.

The  “Fuego Freestyle” single (co-produced by K.O.T.C) is poised to help him breakthrough to mainstream success. This year he will be releasing the ”Trapper’s Bible” and Fuego (Opp Down) the movie.

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