Deal with 300 Entertainment, Having E40 as a mentor

“Humble Beginnings,”

All gas no brakes for this youngster, the southern drawl, the West Coast pep in his step and a look in his eyes like he want it.  The “SICK WID IT” chain dangling around his neck, letting the world know, he is that young hog to be fucked wit.  OMB Peezy came from the bottoms out of  Mobile, Alabama, a port town on the Gulf Coast of the United States where majority young men his age will never find a way out. But these days have been a lil different Peezy, who now resides in Sacramento, CA.
 OMB Peezy has jumped on tour with Sacramento native Mozzy and is looking to set Fall 2017 on fire.

This year will go down in history for CC Sabathia

Carsten Charles “CC” Sabathia, Jr. is an American professional baseball pitcher for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball.




NEW YORK – This year will go down in history for CC Sabathia, the game the Yankees absolutely, unconditionally had to win to keep marching in the AL Championship Series 2017 came down to one man.



I knew it could be done, and I called it.  CC Sabathia downed the Astros in 4 innings, then the Yankees went to work.  The Bay-Area veteran pulled through like his real fans and love ones figured only he could.  We don’t even have to ask how hard it has been of a journey for CC Sabathia Jr,  playing for several major league rosters in a league where black pitchers are rare,  it seems he always has a lot more to prove when at the mound. With his contract up at the end of the season,  which way is up should not be the question, after last nights performance – the Yankees better resign the Bay-Area legend.

When it comes to those win-or-else moments in the postseason, CC Sabathia has become the Yankees’ soul-food. Everything feels better, now that the big lefty shook the Astros  8-1  in Game 3.  The ALCS 2017  Yankees’ victory in game 3 will be undermined due to who did it and how, some will poke and say it was just a courtesy to pacify the ticket buyers, or will CC SABATHIA JR. be the start of another miracle comeback.


Sabathia gave an utmost worthy performance, with very precise pitching. The veteran dominated the Astros for six innings,  giving up just three hits and hogging on their best hitters as if boys met MAN. Those big guns – George Springer, Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa, the three who Luis Severino couldn’t snuff, the ones who ambushed Aroldis Chapman’s 100-mph stinger in Game 2 – who CC Sabathia left just 1-for-6 with two strikeouts.  So if you are an Yankee fan, lets please give a warm toast and appreciation for CC Sabathia.



Help Me Help Us

BAZILMUZIK’S BLACK MILLIONAIRE is the artists’ most recent methodology fusing message with music. BLACK MILLIONAIRE has an ear grabbing beat that won’t disappoint, yet what holds the listener is the message.

BLACK MILLIONAIRE is propelled by the conviction that radical social change comes through knowledge of self and personal discovery. At a time when the media is  focused on the Travon Martin’s and Mike Brown’s of the world, society as a whole is frustrated with the continual decline of moral aptitude and social injustice.  

BLACK MILLIONAIRE responds with a resoundingly positive attitude towards self and community. Gritty and raw at it’s core.

 BAZILMUZIK’s BLACK MILLIONAIRE takes the listener on a journey of self-reflection and hard hitting commands aimed at today’s youth to stand up and take control of their lives.


[Dred Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393 (1857), was a landmark decision by theU.S. Supreme Court in which the Court held that African Americans, whether slave or free, could not be American citizens and therefore had no standing to Writing for the (7-2) majority, Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney, said, “the authors of the Constitution had viewed all blacks as beings of an inferior order, and altogether unfit to associate with the white race, either in social or political relations, and so far inferior that they “had no rights which the white man was bound to respect.”]




Vic Mensa, is an American rapper from South Side Chicago, USA.  He is currently signed to Roc Nation and could be a major breath of fresh air for HOV!  Vic Mensa is definitely in a lane of his own yet you get that feeling like he could be Kanye west’s super hero side kick in an action pack thriller of movie and soundtrack, (don’t produce it with me).  Save money is the motto and with his alliance with Chance the Rapper, I am sure there will be plenty to get and save.   His debut studio album The Autobiography was released in 2017 and is a burner.  The young man is a dope lyricist and great visionary in his reflection of life through thought to word then song….




Mensa has gone in the bag for vamping amid artistic reincarnations bond in discovering his selfhood. Nevertheless even so it seems, which ever way he waves his magic wand, it works.  He is a dynamos musical master.  They say the kid had Ye and Hov in a bidding war.  Maybe he will be the reason the GODs produce something new together, either way it go.  He is DOPENESS – LISTEN



Live music is a $10B industry and growing.


Why We Support Addiction Recovery

Live music is a $10B industry and growing. 

Ever since the near-collapse of the recording industry in the early 2000s, there has been a dramatic shift to artists & musicians making their primary income from their live performances. Industry trends predict a revenue increase of 20% by the end of the decade.

While that is great news and we like to believe that it’s all about the music, there is an undeniable truth that the live-performance industry revolves around the sale of alcohol. Whether it’s a large music festival or a small hotel bar, there is seldom a musical performance that is not within earshot of alcohol service. We believe that in order to truly support our musicians, it is essential to support addiction recovery.

Austin has so many great resources for addiction recovery and several with a specific focus on our musician population. Most notable among those is the SIMS Foundation, which offers mental health and addiction recovery services to Austin musicians, music industry professionals, and their families. We are partnered locally with SIMS and Gibson Guitar on the MusiCares® Sober Jam, which recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary. Read on to learn more about the Sober Jam and check out our feature video on






The MusiCares Sober Jam…

The MusiCares® Sober Jam is a showcase of courage.

On the last Monday of most months here in Austin, over 30 musicians take the stage at Gibson Guitar’s private showroom. For many of them it is their first time ever performing in public; for others it may be their first time ever performing sober. While many of the attendees are active in drug & alcohol recovery, the spirit of the event is to support musicians in overcoming stage fright and performance anxiety.

The event begins at 7pm with an Open Jam, allowing guests time to arrive, mingle and find their way to a seat. At 8pm, we transition to a seated listening room with open-mic-style performances (solo or with a band). For Brandon DeMaris, the Emcee of the event, it is incredibly moving to witness & support musicians who are facing their fears and embracing the vulnerability that is inherent to live performance, particularly without the buffer of drugs or alcohol.

Each event concludes with an unannounced “special guest performer” who has significant experience performing sober. Past special guests have included Matt the Electrician, Chris Gates, Nakia, Emily Wolfe, and Amy Cook, each with their own stories, music, and experiences to share.  What better note to end on than a living example of accomplished musicians.


But don’t just take our word for it, come join us!

Every Monday
MusiCares Sober Jam
presented by the SIMS Foundation

Gibson Austin Showroom
3601 S. Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas 78704
Doors at 7pm


Artist Spotlight: Emily Wolfe

Emily Wolfe is a hugely talented musician who almost lost her career and her life to alcohol. As her star continues to rise, she is transparent and generous in sharing her story of getting and staying sober. We caught up with her for a quick Q & A:

What has been biggest difference for you as an artist now that you are sober?

The biggest difference in being a sober artist is my energy level and drive. Instead of going to a dark place when an inevitable speed bump in my career pops up, I push through and try harder, and pivot to a solution when unexpected changes arise.

As your career continues to develop, you’ll be spending more time away from home.  Tell us about your support system.

What keeps me going is having a solid support system in the players of my rhythm section. There is temptation at every venue I play, but it really helps that my bassist and drummer have my back on the sobriety front. I’ve got some amazing and supportive people in my life. That on top of trying my best to flip the switch in my brain that says “drinking isn’t something you can do if you want to have a career in music.” The people around me really help me do that, especially my partner, Brittany.

What are you most looking forward to?

I’m most looking forward to a single release in the coming months. For the last year, I’ve been through some treacherous waters just trying to put music out. But I finally have something in the works and I believe it will be very special.

Watch and read more about Emily’s recovery in this gut-wrenching profile.


Nascar Team Owner Melissa Lebron Is Black: And Her Empire Is Growing


CEO of W. M. Stone Enterprises, Inc. Coutrá Music Group, Inc & E2 Northeast Motorsports, Inc.


Melissa Lebron is a woman of very high standard a loyalty.  She finds her footing in her faith in GOD, family, and friends, and getting to that bag.  There are no shorts taking when this lioness of Zion is marching forward, she is very decisive in her decision making and has a keen eye for the next investment to add to her already impressive portfolio.

Nascar has drastically changed over the years with more blacks seeming to be involved in not only the racing but ownership also. As of now, we are seeing the partial divider and maybe one-day we will see a Black figurehead have the full ownership of a Nascar team.  One step at a time.  But this is about the now,  I want the young men and women out there that read BAZILMUZIK.COM to know this woman, follow her journey and dare to dream as she has.

Melissa Lebron has seen limits and boundaries I am sure,  yet her drive and will to be something great and in all respects, a positive example for her 7 children, is I am sure on a bet, her main reason for striving as she does.

Arrogant Artist that don’t achieve a shit

Arrogance, Is It Crippling The Growth Of Indie Artists?

I get sick and tired of artists telling me that they are already doing the things necessary for success, when in fact; most of them haven’t the foggiest idea what music business success looks like. When you don’t know, then your objective should be humility, and within that state of humility, you will allow yourself to be open to not only constructive criticism but also the opportunity.


Nowadays, a lot of artists have grown accustomed to writing checks with their mouths that their asses can’t cash. Moreover, artist arrogance is not a new phenomenon it has existed ever since the people who cut the checks told average musicians that they were superstars. Nevertheless, artists like Kanye “I am Michelangelo, I am Walt Disney, I am Steve Jobs” West have gotten more and more famous for being high off their own supply (rants) rather than their music. Sure it is arguable that Kanye West is, in fact, a genius; however, at least he has a string of hit records to build his argument on. As for you….not so much! The first rule of being a drug dealer is never getting high off of your own supply, but many artists who aren’t even qualified to be Kanye’s assistant’s assistant’s assistant rapper seem to believe that overconfidence is the recipe for the day…not the case!

My colleagues and I (other music industry professionals) find it quite comical, yet tragic that so many unsigned or indie level artists are so overconfident that they fail to FOCUS ON THE BASICS LIKE BUILDING A FAN BASE THAT DOESN’T CONSIST OF “LIKES” AND “RETWEETS”, perfecting their live performance, or better still, making music that is relevant and breathtaking.

I get it, generation Y are lazy geniuses, but paradoxical as that may be, I haven’t met a genius who had to tell you he or she was a genius but never exhibited the actions to substantiate the claim. Nobody likes a smart ass or a know-it-all, which begs the question if you know everything there is to know about making it in the music industry, why are you are broke and unknown?

Case and point, I asked an indie artist at a recent music conference, what I could do to help him further his music career; the artist looked at me as if I had said something offensive about his mother. His reply, “I’m already on my grind, and my team and I have started a movement.” WTF?

Okay, if your team is on the grind and you’ve started a movement, then where the fuck is all of your fans? Oh, my bad, your fans are only in cyberspace, which makes them as fake as the cubic zirconia chain you are wearing and as fake as your grind, your movement, and your team!


During another conversation, a female artist told me that she wanted to find a manager that could help her advance her career. When I inquired about the current state of her music career, she told me that she hadn’t recorded any songs that were original, she didn’t have an artist website, and she wasn’t going to change her image or sound in order to fit into what the music industry deems commercially pleasing.


What sound, could she have possibly been referring to if she had never recorded an original song? What image? She didn’t have an artist website or even a video for that matter, and as for her style, well, I ask again what image?


In addition, she has nothing to manage, therefore finding a manager is a waste of her time and energy.

Examples like the ones above are why it is of paramount importance that artists today take a good look in the mirror and self-assess their lives, goals, and music careers.

Since a man who represents himself has a fool for a client, I expect that artists will self-assess with the same biases that have been the primary causes of their unfounded arrogance.

So the D.I.Y mindset can break you more than make you.  Cause the truth is, you cannot do it all yourself.  Otherwise, why aren’t you famous or something near there? You don’t need a record deal!! but if you cant do what a record label can do for you, then shut the fuck up and go look for help.


Stay Humble.  Do you want me to help you? Well I need an answer:>>>>>>