As controversial as hip hop has become over the last decade, it’s no surprise that an mc like Hazedus emerges, out of the midst. The overindulgence of these female pop mc’s, has forced hip hop to once again turn to the street, for its regeneration of skills and hood values. Hazedus is the solution to the pollution, a breath of fresh air to the game, and a threat to the career of established artists with inadequate lyrics.
Hazedus a Boston native is a true lyricist. Brewed in the same broth as Lauryn Hill, Queen Latifah, and Da Brat, to become part of that delicious hip hop stew, we all craved. The 26 year old, made her debut in hip hop as a battle rapper, the only female in the cipher, which if you let her tell it, explains her extraordinary talent. Her style is described as a cross between Cassidy, Fabolous, Jada Kiss, and Dmx without all the barking.
“They allowed me to be myself, and I just got open,” states Hazedus “I work so hard on my 16, and I just want the world to hear my work, you know.”
Hip hop is not dead, not with inspiring artist such as Hazedus. Her lyrics surpasses any female mc’s of the time, she seems to master the art of hip hop. Her euphoric punchlines and nostalgic metaphors, forces any true hip hop head to take notice. She gains endless praises throughout the hip hop community of Boston. Her youtube stays flooded with encouraging comments, even one from one of the legendary pioneers of hip hop himself Triggerthagambler, on her rendition of “broken Language,” her “milli” freestyle is a classic. She is a joy to listen to; a real hope for hip hop and for female mc’s everywhere.