“Yizzy delivers an explosive rave track … all quick flow, garage strings and knockout snares” – The Guardian
“every time he steps up he floors us all. Flow, delivery, and lyrical content set Yizzy apart” – TheFADER
“Yizzy is everything you want from a grime MC: bars, personality, reload-ready, plus he’s an extremely intelligent young man whose hard-hitting lyrics cut deep” – Complex
“one of the UK’s finest new grime talents” – Notion
“one of the best MCs working in the capital right now” – Clash
Lewisham MC Yizzy updates his huge single ‘Deh Suh’ with a yardman remix, now featuring Riko Dan, Killa P and Logan alongside Scrufizzer. Watch the video today: https://youtu.be/cIpNlCr-lw4
The all star lineup assist Yizzy in hi-jacking the news in the new clip airing now on SBTV. Yizzy says… “Deh Suh remix your gonna love, I decided to put a Yardman Patois twist on the original song linking up with some of the best yardman Mc’s Grime has ever had.”
The Teddy Silencer-produced track is lifted from his new project ‘Welcome To Grime Street’ which dropped on 7th June via new label DMY / Livin Legendz. The #WTGS release has seen Yizzy reach a new tier in the grime scene, marked by his first London headline show, celebratory sets at Field Day and Parklife, as well as his debut Fire In The Booth for Charlie Sloth, a Wiley co-sign, 100s of plays across UK radio and over half a million streams.
In a previous interview with NME Yizzy was asked;
Is there one thing you really want to achieve in your career?
One main thing is I want my mum, my family, and my friends to be financially stable and not have to worry about anything ever again in life. That’s all I’ve ever wanted to do from the get-go. Once I achieve that, I’m happy.
Do you think it will be something you always do?
Oh yeah, I could be the biggest artist in the entire world. I could be bigger than Drake, bigger than Madonna, bigger than Stormzy, and I’d still go and turn up to a pirate radio set in a t-shirt and Nike sliders and just say ‘yeah, what’s gwarnin? it’s me.”
What’s it like being part of genre that’s now gone completely worldwide?
I think it’s exciting being a part of it and coming up for me specifically, coming up from nothing, no lyrics, no bars, not knowing anyone, to where I am now and knowing and collab-ing and working with a lot of people in the scene. For me, it’s amazing because I essentially went from listening to people when I was younger to either seeing or being around them when I’m older, which is crazy, because I never thought that would happen. I feel like grime is a really popular genre at the moment for a number of reasons.
I feel like some of those reasons are good, some of those reasons are bad but everyone’s eating, everyone’s doing well so you can’t really knock anyone’s grind or hustle because everyone’s doing them.
Yizzy next plays Tranzmission Festival in London, on the Grime Originals stage.