Crayzee Joe Gets Personal with National Debut Single, “So Real,” Featuring Thi'sl and Young Noah, Releasing January 12, 2018

Top Quote Atlanta rap recording artist Crayzee Joe joins with Thi'sl and Young Noah on a new single release that tackles personal issues of depression, anger, lust and more. End Quote
    QuoteI got this beat and just started writing and these things I dealt with just came out.Quote
  • Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) January 11, 2018 - Atlanta recording artist Crayzee Joe is pleased to announce the release of his new single ”So Real” on all digital outlets January 12, 2018. The song combines the emotion of intense vocals and the passion of life-inspired lyrics over a hard-hitting, cutting edge beat that keeps the listener hooked from the beginning and engaged throughout the entire song.

    “This song is very personal to me,” says Crayzee Joe. “I’m talking about real life issues I’ve dealt with and so are the other artists on the song.” When asked what about his inspiration for the song, Crayzee Joe replied, “I got this beat and just started writing and these things I dealt with just came out. I wanted to talk about things I’ve been through and wanted this song to help others dealing with anger, hate, anxiety, depression and more.” Because of his relationship with artists Young Noah and Thi’sl, he believed that they would add even more to the effectiveness of the song by talking about some of their personal struggles, and they definitely did not disappoint.

    The single was recorded in Atlanta and St. Louis and mixed and mastered along with additional production by four-time Grammy Award winning engineer and producer, Dru Castro (India Arie, Mary J Blige, Usher and Lecrae) for Castro Music, Atlanta, Georgia. For more information and to connect with Crayzee Joe, follow him on Twitter and Instagram ( @ ) CrayzeeJoe and become his fan on Facebook at CrayzeeJoeMusic!

    About Crayzee Joe:
    Crayzee Joe has been involved with hip-hop music for years. He took a break from making music and worked as the Program Coordinator for City Takers Radio, a weekly hip-hop show, for three years until he stepped away after his father died and he had some other personal matters he needed to focus on. When Joe decided it was time to get back to the music, he was more motivated than ever and made a conscious effort to ensure his first single “So Real” was effectively relevant and highly impactful.

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