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Josh Bellamy (Beezo) Is “Still Drip’n” With New Album Release

by | Jan 4, 2021 | Music

Former New York Jets wide receiver Josh Bellamy, who’s popularly known in the rap game by Beezo, drops a 15-track album highlighting his Florida roots, life in the spotlight, and overcoming everyday hardships along the way. He stays as real as he possibly can with the inclusion of Rap, Trap, Jazz, and Hip-Hop infused instrumentals balancing out his insightful raps. Each track dives deeper into his life story with an idgaf attitude appreciating everything he has in life while protecting the life he’s built for himself.

Still Drip’n follows the early release of 4eva Drip’n where he starts dialing in the drip’n references flowing throughout both distinctive albums. He’s keeping a positive outlook on his life as he continues to build his legacy focused on sports, music, traveling, and partying. Both albums stick to a high-tempo beat amping up everyone who listens to the St. Petersburg born and raised rapper honestly dropping his deepest life stories into the mic.

Standout singles such as “Savages,” “No Kizzy,” “Moonwalkin,” “Thoughts to Myself,” and “Alexis” keeps Beezo in his element as he navigates the world through the eyes of someone who‘a seen it all and is letting listeners intimately inside his world for a change. Check out this athlete-rapper killing it in the rap game with 15 unfiltered, enjoyable tracks on Still Drip’n.

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