Dizzy Wright Honors Fans With The Thoughtful No Writers Block, I Like To Rap (Audio)

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One of pop culture’s growing trends has been artists thanking followers with songs. It’s a thin line between a gimmicky pursuit of growing metrics and a cool, interpersonal relationship that was more challenging before social media. Las Vegas’ Dizzy Wright reached a new milestone with 300,000 followers on Twitter, and the Funk Volume MC opted to thank those, who could fill a bowl game three times over.

Rather than a simple or disposable cut, Dizzy’s “No Writers Block, I Like To Rap” is an honest, in-the-moment glimpse on artist who is seemingly contending with Mixtape Of The Year, and a growing list of supporters, collaborators, and open doors to be L.V’s first Rap star. Themed a bit like Jay Z’s “Dead Presidents” in beat and vocals, Dizzy appears truly genuine in speaking to all who helped get him here. He clearly likes his job.

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