Blizzi Shows Listeners A Good Time

Blizzi Shows Listeners A Good Time - Recording artiste Blizzi has collaborted with singer Savone for the release a sweet new song titled Good Times.

The appropriately titled track matches the vibe of the song – mellow, smooth vocals over a calm Reggae beat that is reminiscent of a good time in the Caribbean, whether at the beach, at a party or just chilling with friends at home. 

Blizzi Shows Listeners A Good Time

No strangers to working together, Blizzi and Savone (who is the daughter of the legendary Pam Hall) have worked on other tracks, in terms of harmony. However, this is the first song of theirs that has her appearing as a featured artiste.

Also a relative of musical royalty, Blizzi is the grandson of Reggae legend, Toots Hibbert; they are currently working on a project together, details of which will be revealed soon.

Good Times is featured on Blizzi’s Legacy EP, a 7-track effort that was released in January and is mixed Zion and mastered by Grilaras. Produced by DJ Blizzard Music, the producer turned DJ showcases his talent with a mix of out of the box sounds and arrangements. From fast-hitting Dancehall tracks like Million$, to calm Reggae tracks like Good Times,  Blizzi showcases his diversity well, switching between deejaying and singing. Other tracks on the EP include Mama Say, Ready, No More Special and Remember Me.

Blizzi believes that this song is the one that will spearhead his breakthrough on international radio.

“The feedback has been positive so far; I see this song going places. I will be shooting a video for it very soon,” he said.

The track is already gaining traction on the international scene, having peaked at number 17 on the Hot 25 Dancehall and Reggae Chart for Australia. He has also acquired an international promo deal that licenses his songs for musical promotions, such as streaming and ring tones.

Good Time is available for streaming and purchase on all major digital platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Music, Google Play, Apple Music and Spotify.

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