Trizz is a rapper from Southern California who has utilized lyrical skill to change rap culture around him. With a hand full of projects already circulating, the MC has managed to put himself in a position to be recognized as a force when referring to upcoming talent. In doing so, Trizz has made it very clear that Hip Hop allowed him to escape boredom and the circumstances of growing up living on the outskirts of the suburbs. While perfecting his craft, he utilized all of his resources as assets, giving his audience an understanding of his trials and tribulations along his journey.

After the release of his debut project, “Young Trizz,” he followed up with “New West.” Trizz can easily be seen as one of the most talented lyricist of his time; both releases displaying a variety of interests from the young artist. “Young Trizz” was dedicated to showing his audience growth in adulthood. On the other hand, “New West” mainly focused on showcasing, to the pioneers of West Coast rap, the importance of his journey!

In the eyes of many, Trizz is one of the most talented lyricist of his generation. He releases highly anticipated projects at a constant pace, gifting his fans with his life story. The combination of fresh material and touring throughout the states, allows the young rapper to keep his name trending, as he is currently associated with “Strange Music” rapper, Brotha Lynch Hung, who owns an independent label “Madesicc Muzicc.”

Since his affiliation with “Madesicc Muzicc,” Trizz has received credit for his writing on two songs “Bacon N Eggs and MDK,” off of Brotha Lynch Hung’s Mannibalector album.  Trizz made it to several tours throughout his time with the label, and was also spotted on an independent power house tour with “Strange Music” artist Tech N9ne.

With an increasing rate of streams and digital downloads across many mixtape streaming outlets, Trizz has been catching buzz throughout the virtual world. The number of digital downloads and positive remarks has led to the success of his back to back projects. The gifted rapper is definitely here to stay and will soon make a big impact on our music culture.

Check out the exclusive interview with Trizz below:

How did you gain an interest in music?

Music was always around me just like most musicians. My dad was a CD collector so I was introduced to just about all genres of music except country. The first hip-hop album I was introduced to was Westside Connection’s, “Bow Down”.

What inspired your alias?

I started rapping when I was 9. My name is Tre, and around that time, Snoop Dogg’s “izzle” trend was setting in and my big homie Mike would call me Young Trizzle, as I got older and when that wave died, it transformed to Young Trizz and then just Trizz.

How would you describe yourself as an artist?

I would like to say that I’m diverse with my style. If I’m not on some laid-back “gangsta” shit, I’m on a chill stoner vibe type. I like to think you can’t find my sound anywhere else. Originality is my key.

When you’re not recording, what do you like to get into?

I play video games pretty heavy. Other than that, I travel and go out on chill dates with my lady.

Who are some artists you wish to work with at some point in your career?

I would like to get some work in with ScHoolBoy Q, Snoop, Rihanna, Eminem and Serj Tankian from System of A Down to name a few.

Is there any new projects scheduled to drop from you this year? 

I’m working on my next solo album and gearing up to release it after I get off tour, maybe not this year but surely next.

What inspires you to create the music you create? 

The things that go on around me. The simple things I see humans get their self into really motivates my music. I also get a lot of inspiration from horror movies and the ID channel – haha.

If you could give any piece of advice to upcoming artists and musicians, what would you tell them?

Don’t allow this industry to influence the music you make. Do what makes you feel good and keep it original. Even if it’s one person supporting you, treat that one person like a million persons.