With a laugh Mwiza displays his humor stating that being short and black makes him stand out before answering more seriously, “Honestly the thing that makes my music different is how introspective it is because nowadays you don’t really find that. Notice how typically you hear the same kind of music. You might hear a song and the artist will explain like ‘oh yea man I was going through this situation’ but then when you hear the song there is nothing that is really touching you. Like it’s based more off the beat than it is about the message, or the feeling. I am basically one of those people that if I sing a song, I want to put you in your feelings. I word my music in a way that is accessible to people”.
Jay Dontay is a residential Tampa R&B artist with a sprinkle of rap. He began working on his first album in 2014 called Tipping Point, which can be expected by 2021. Dontay reflects the perfectionist so completely in his obvious unwillingness to release anything less than the best. In 2017, he released his first single... Continue Reading →
He kicks smoothly to the right, his body and limbs moving with the music beating in his head. Several onlookers search for the source of his jive, as the drops pour from the sky. His dreads gather moisture, but it is but a reflection of the crowd as they gather under umbrellas and shoppe stoops to watch this charismatic, enticing rapper falling into the R&B world. Lost in the tune of the moment, the inspirations singing into reality inside his head. A performer only by accident, as the music takes its toll.