Episode 159 features L.T.Z.; a veteran in the Oklahoma City rap game. L.T.Z. sits down with Brandy to discuss a variety of topics including the trajectory of his career, how he found his flow, his fashion sense, and what makes him different as an artist. Influenced by Lil Flip, The Notorious B.I.G., and Curren$y; L.T.Z. has a distinctive flow with impeccable storytelling skills. While looking at his outside appearance, one might label him as a “backpack rapper.”  However, L.T.Z. is exceptionally versatile and cannot be defined. L.T.Z. explains how his career has evolved and that his music parallels his own life experiences. He shares how he utilizes different life lessons to create his art. L.T.Z. can capture audiences with his witty wordplay and songs that resonate to listeners. He has the courage to speak his mind and express his emotions on any track, which makes him extremely relatable. L.T.Z. also reveals the meaning behind the name of his latest project entitled Love and Best Wishes. He breaks down how Love and Best Wishes can be interpreted in different ways because art is subjective. He states “Lyrically, I wanted to come with it.” and L.T.Z. did just that. You can check out Love and Best Wishes on all streaming platforms.

Instagram: @elteazee

Songs featured in this episode:

0:00- 2Wo

1:15:53- Paid in Fool (Jenny Oliver)

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