Charles 'KIZZO' Kizzee

Charles 'KIZZO' Kizzee

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R & B - Contemporary | Houston, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 334   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 6/24/2019
   Sounds Like: Kizzotainment is it's on sound, I do not pattern my style from anyone

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Pro Review from: Roy Hamilton II

Pro's Comments: Hey Charles, I think this song has potential to make it onto radio and some film placements but I would need to be re-produced to meet sound quality standards. You remind me of some of the great Motown artists like Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye. I think the instruments sound way to programed and synthetic and if you use some live musicians it would bring a whole new life to the recording. I'd love to discuss this and possibly help you to produce it. My email is Possibly a live guitar and bass would be a nice start to balance it out and add a more soulful feeling. I love the lyrics overall and the message is very timely.


I am Charles Kizzee, known as 'Kizzo.' My style is what fans commonly refer to as, 'Kizzotainment.'

Music really is Life

Since I write my own lyric, it might seem that my genre changes. It does, and it doesn't. R&B is just that; no matter how many categories we list in under. We can call it Neo Soul, R&B/Soul, R&B/Urban or even R&B/Blues. It's all Rhythm & Blues. The basic foundation of great music. It's my feeling that anytime you can hear a tune and can vibe to it; it has rhythm. That feeling you get might take your mood from one extreme to the next. When I write for myself, I want my audience to feel love, passion and connected. I like old school music, because that's what I grew up on. I like the new, since I have younger family members who tries to make sure I don't get to outdated.

I grew up in a household listening to 'blues, such as Lowell Fulsome, Bobby Bland, B.B. Kings and Muddy Waters. I listened to Marvin Gaye and watched as my family member cried at his death. I listened to Ronnie Laws, Billie Holliday and Mel Torme, Rocking Sidney, and BooZoo Chavis. We woke up to the sound of Country music. My Mom, taught us that 'living music' was as important as learning school lessons.' We have to listen to all categories or genres. So yes, to me, 'Music Is Life.'