Ohio Musical Artists Clash in Battle of the Land
CLEVELAND – A competition in the heart of downtown Cleveland offers artists a great opportunity with a grand opening prize for a legendary hip-hop group.
Battle of the Land, hosted by Bedrock and Tower City Center, kicked off in September and the final round will take place on Wednesday, October 27. a step.
“It’s like an adrenaline rush. When I go on stage, when I see the crowd, it thrills me. It’s my life. It’s my life to be an artist, ”said Blayzee.
Blayzee’s love for hip-hop has been a dream for decades.
“I was 9 years old and I was watching VH1 Behind the Music on TLC. Something with them really inspired me, with the Left Eye raps and just the energy that they brought and the positivity that they brought… it was so inspiring, ”said Blayzee.
Blayzee’s choice of song for the competition is very personal. The 29-year-old writes her own lyrics. The song, Suicide Awareness, was inspired by his discovery of a friend who committed suicide.
“That night I felt like a part of me died too. And I never got any therapy or the help I needed and wrote this song, Suicide Awareness, and I just felt like this was the right thing to do. I just need to get my point across and try to help people the best I can, ”explained Blayzee.
And she’s ready to perform this song in front of a crowd for the Battle of Earth.
“The more events and opportunities you get like this, you know, the closer you are to making your dreams come true. It could take five years, it could take 20 years. But if you keep believing and keep pushing and grabbing the opportunities that are presented to you, you will get there. You will make your dreams come true, ”she said.
Blayzee also hopes his message goes beyond the competition.
“If I can just help a person, or if they know someone they can help, then this is a big win for me,” she said.
The grand prize winner will be announced after the final round on Wednesday, and they will open for Grammy-winning group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on Thursday.