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B2K Rapper Lil Fizz Set To Release Solo Debut LP

July 10th, 2007 2:04pm EDT favorite Add to My News
Lil FizzHip-Hop and R&B superstar Lil Fizz of the multi-platinum group B2K is poised to step into the forefront as a solo artist with the release of his debut LP "Pay Day."

With a digital release available through Itunes.com July 17, this is the first album of an exclusive recording agreement with industry veteran, Cudda Love of Fo' Reel Entertainment.

"Pay Day" showcases a transformed Lil Fizz who is officially all grown up. His crisp, aggressive lyrical delivery confirms that his boy band days are in the distant past, possessing a star quality all his very own.

"Pay Day" is an amazing R&B and Hip-Hop Album that is both edgy and sexy. With hot bouncy tracks, and catchy hooks, fans will be excited by what is sure to be one of the biggest musical surprises of the year!

With over a half million listens on Myspace, Lil Fizz's first single "Beds" is the next summer club banger. Featuring R&B crooner Ray J, "Beds" transforms into a complimentary collaboration between two of the music world's hottest young talents. Another single that is sure to be a favorite is the summer banger, "Car Wash", which is a blazing radio friendly single about LA's car culture.

Other songs like, "Got Swag" express the confidence Lil Fizz recognizes about his personal style, "Go Hard" is a more aggressive installment that will attract the attention of all the hustlers around the world. Songs like "L.O.V.E. U" and "What It Do" are R&B driven contributions dedicated to all the ladies who love Lil Fizz.

The highly anticipated music video for "Beds" presents B2K fans with yet another unique musical opportunity. Former members Omarion, Raz-B, and J-Boog each make an appearance in his video.


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