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PAZ

PAZ

PAZ


Paz is a name of at least two artists: [1] A USA mashup artist. [2] A defunct UK latin jazz / jazz funk band. [1] A freeform electronic musician and street artist from Los Angeles. He came out of nowhere in 2012 with a mixtape that was downloaded over 500,000 times, featuring an eclectic style that combines elements of hip-hop, electro, and deep bass. He has since performed with Big Sean, Girl Talk, Knife Party, and Mike Posner, and developed a massive social media following. Read more on Last.fm
Paz is a name of at least two artists: [1] A USA mashup artist. [2] A defunct UK latin jazz / jazz funk band. [1] A freeform electronic musician and street artist from Los Angeles. He came out of nowhere in 2012 with a mixtape that was downloaded over 500,000 times, featuring an eclectic style that combines elements of hip-hop, electro, and deep bass. He has since performed with Big Sean, Girl Talk, Knife Party, and Mike Posner, and developed a massive social media following. He is best known for his street art which appears predominantly in Los Angeles under his own name and the pseudonym 'Clevr Girl'. [2] A defunct UK latin jazz / jazz funk band, with members including: Ray Warleigh (piccolo flute, alto flute, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, panpipes), Geoff Castle (piano, electric piano, synthesizer), Ron Mathewson (double bass, electric bass), Chris Fletcher (congas, percussion) and Simon Morton (congas, percussion).

They débuted with "Kandeen Love Song" (1978, Spotlite). Their sophomore album "Paz Are Back" (1980, Spotlite), yielded their most enduringly popular track, "Laying Eggs" (written by Dick Crouch). Sites: Discogs and MySpace. 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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