LAYLIZZY BLOWING UP IN YOUR FACE LIKE A TICKING BOMB

LAYLIZZY BLOWING UP IN YOUR FACE LIKE A TICKING BOMB

Just before the release of his highly anticipated project, the Young Nino Brown EP, Laylizzy drops his first single, “Tic Boom” as a sneak peek into the full offering which is set to drop before the end of November.

Leading up to the release of his self-titled project which is set to drop before the end of November 2018, Laylizzy drops the first single from the Young Nino Brown EP titled “Tic Boom.”

The unrelenting flow of Laylizzy’s savage punchlines makes the real highlight of the record “Tic Boom” accompanied by the dope trappy beat produced by Ellputo. On this track, Laylizzy expresses the pressures that almost made him explode like a ticking bomb before he became the Young Nino Brown.

Laylizzy reminds us of why he’s widely regarded as one of the most gifted rappers on the continent at the moment. His lyrical dexterity is second to none and his beat selection continues to match his unquestionable talent. If this is just a taste of what we can expect on the Young Nino Brown EP, then hip-hop heads are in for a genuine treat.

Join the #TicBoom wave by streaming and/ or downloading the single on the following platforms:

https://laylizzy.fanlink.to/TicBoom

Catch updates about Laylizzy and his music on these platforms:

Twitter: @Laylizzy/ @GeobekRecords
Instagram: Laylizzy/ @GeobekRecords
Facebook: Laylizzy/ Geobek Records

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