Los Angeles native Diz Gibran is not the type of MC that listeners have come to expect from the west coast. Stylish, witty, introspective and heartfelt, Diz makes the type of Hip-Hop that is hard to put in a box. He developed a love for the craft of rapping at a young age and has been doing it ever since. He never pursued it as a career until recently, he simply made music for the sheer love, respect and fun of it all. It became his outlet, a form of therapy to express lifeâ€™s ups and downs, pitfalls and triumphs.
Diz Gibran creates the type of music that people feel and relate to, the kind of hip hop that fits whatever mood youâ€™re in. Diz speaks on his life experiences, both good and bad. Along with his friend and producer Moonshine, the two make classic material without even trying, and as a result are rapidly building a buzz amongst hip-hop fans and industry executives alike.
In a short time and without much support, Diz Gibran has performed alongside such notables as Mos Def, Busta Rhymes, The Game,and Clipse to name a few. An aspect that sets Diz apart from his contemporaries is his work within the fashion industry. Diz has been popping up in magazines and on fashion blogs in the U.S. and overseas for years, and as awareness of his music increases so does the demand. Diz Gibran is in a perfect position to set the world on it's ear. Along with his crew The Great Wall (Pacific Division, Basik and Kartwright) and his partner Moonshine, Diz is set to give the world a differing view of what the west coast has to offer musically. Mixing style, substance, joy and pain; Diz Gibran is an MC that will quickly be respected and regarded as one of the greats.
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