Self proclaimed reject, Artz is using his lyricism and visuals to send a message to listeners. After surviving a stray bullet to the face his motives changed. Artz Embraced a sense of honesty less present in today’s current Hip-Hop scene. Now, he is here to show that adversity is nothing more than a lesson and push to keep going. He topped off 2020 with the release of his record, “I Love Lucy’s Deluxe”. Featured on the tape is his bar-filled banger “Tan Seats…” A track serving as a testament to using will power, hunger, and faith to overcome the evils of the world.
The Brooklyn emcee and his team of rejects recently teamed up to bring “Tan Seats” to life with a new visual. In the video directed by Jaiel Perez, Artz calls to listeners from outside a church to turn to their religion when the going gets tough.
“Ain’t no plan b’s I got plans for the Rejects & the family, buy my baby that new coupe with the tan seats.”-Artz
Shots from inside a tan-interior BMW set a smooth vibe for the artist’s melodic vocals. Let his stage name speak for itself. Artz is an artist and his team eats, sleeps, and breathes it. The cover art for “I Love Lucy’s Deluxe” was a clay sculpture, then photographed and turned into digital art.
Artz is Artsy
Garnering millions of streams and co-signs from Peter Rosenberg, Revolt and Rap Radar are not the only things Artz has in his pocket. Being that he’s an artist he created an outlet for artists connect and turn their digital art into NFT’s (non-fungible token). Not sure what an NFT is? Just understand Artz is out here giving artists a way to collaborate and sell their art in the digital space. Check out the visual for “Tan Seats” now!