RISING TEENAGE TALENT DROPS ‘TRACKY & SLIDERS’
“Romzy’s been killing it.” – The Link Up
“He flows over afrobeat, trap, grime, hip-hop and bashment styled beats, clearly showing the talent is real.” – Clash
At 17 years of age, Romzy has achieved more than many artists do in a lifetime. His first three official tracks are approaching 3 million streams and his fan base boasts respected industry figures, such as Giggs, Kenny Allstar and Tim Westwood. His first summer on the festival circuit was unforgettable, causing a shutdown at Wirelessand subsequently securing the position of the youngest artist to grace the bills at both Reading and Leeds.
Romzy is about to drop his latest cut: ‘Tracky & Sliders’, which declares his position as an artist with the ability and imagination to cross genres at will. This time around, Romzy focuses on pure energy and charisma as he follows the hard-hitting, full-throttle flow of ‘PANIC’, the Afrobeats swing of ‘Talk On Me’ and his original party-starting anthem ‘Bottles Get Popped’.
Hailing from SE18, Romzy is living up to his nickname, The Youngest-in-Charge (Y1C). Between his London home and his Jamaican heritage, Romzy’s eclectic sound reflects his wide-ranging musical appetite, which includes modern icons such as, Stormzy, Giggs, Not3s and J Hus as well as old school bashment and reggae artists such as Vybz Kartel.
Romzy first started dropping music when his promising football career came to an end. Giggs became the first big name to back his talents, which resulted in an invitation from Tim Westwood to become the youngest artist to complete a Crib Session. Kenny Allstar subsequently shouted him to do a Mad About Bars. When introducing Romzy on the show, Kenny Allstar summed up Romzy’s rising talent by stating: “When you hear the name Romzy, think greatness.”