His father worked 5 days a week from 9 to 6, and was regularly home for dinner. His mother stayed home, looking after no kids since both were at school. Jizzy-T was often bullied at school for not having a PS3, this fact haunting him throughout his high school years. Finally, Jizzy-T caught his big break, meeting renowned rap producer, Sleazy-D.
Having the pinnacle of high fidelity recording technology at his disposal (his outdated mobile phone), Sleazy-D recorded track after track of Jizzy-T bearing his heart on his sleeve. The result is Jizzy-T's debut album ('Get Jizzy'), containing over twenty tracks of Jizzy-T's legendary freestyle. Although all the tracks have different meanings, some of which will only remain known to Jizzy-T himself, there are some recurring themes strung throughout the songs. Life on the hard side of Jin Qiao and the hardships that Jizzy-T had to go through in order to gain his cred (only Conrad has more rep than he) are the essence of his rap. The thug life, the obscene amounts of 'pussy' he gets, the unnaturally large amounts of alcohol and the variety of drugs and other illicit substances he consumes, the incredibly large amounts of money he earns by being a gangsta and the insanely expensive cars he gets his driver to drive are all given a beat on this album. 'Get Jizzy' was released to rave reviews from some family members, and at least one friend.
Featuring an array of guest slots, including verses by Bitchass, D-Bag, Da L-Man and Sleazy-D, the album was certainly not short on star power. Inspiring leagues of artists, including Chuggo, Shorty Shitstain and Firewater Milkshake Mixer, 'Get Jizzy' is, undoubtedly, a landmark release. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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