Czar Zuta Goes Beyond Limits On His Latest Project 'Killers Hide In Suburbia'
"I was on social media watching all the things going on in the world as a result of the quarantine and I felt a way about it so I decided to put those feelings into words..." - Czar Zuta, about the inspirstion behind "Upside Down Freestyle"
Reigning from the Northside of Chicago, Czar Zuta is proving to be a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. The artist and entrepreneur released an album on Easter titled Killers Hide In Suburbia. The album has a boom-bap feel to it and the overall lyricism is very real and raw, unlike what we are used to listening on mainstream radio waves. A stand-out track on the project is "Upside Down Freestyle" which was produced by May You Know Love (MYKL); the track was influenced by the pandemic and the very real nature of everything feeling overwhelming at the time. Zuta used the experience to channel his perspective in that time to bring forth a sonic soliloquy.
The entrepreneur is busy on all fronts, he raps, produces, and also co-owns a digital media company with Michael Underwood b.k.a Basco D'Magnifico called Genuine & Supreme Entertainment. They work with artists such as DoughSo, MYKL, & Asidic. Zuta aesthetically draws inspiration from Alternative Punk Rock, Reggae & 90s hip-hop as well as anime & horror films; and is musically inspired by 2Pac, Nipsey Hussle, Jay-Z, Master P, J. Cole & Curren$y. Czar Zuta is already working on another project set to be released sometime this year titled The Mankind Behind Mick Foley. I am excited to see what else is to come from this promising talent.
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