Houston-based rap artist Bizzle was originally known as “Playboy” before finding Christ in 2008. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Bizzle became very versatile mixing both Down South and West Coast influence with East Coast lyricism.
His debut album Tough Love & Parables appeared in 2011, landed on the Billboard charts with tracks like "God Over Money" and "This Ain’t Love”. The Good Fight followed in 2013 with production handled by the Grammy-winning Drake collaborator Boi-1da. The album reached number two on the Billboard gospel chart, also peaking at number 11 on the rap chart. In 2014, he released Well Wishes and donated $45k to build water towers in Mozambique, Africa. A year later, Bizzle released Surrender, which featured production by Beanz N Kornbread, the Cratez, and Boi-1da. The set rose into the Top 10 on the Christian and Independent Albums charts, while landing at 13 on the Rap list. Crowns and Crosses arrived in 2016 and broke into the Top Ten of the rap chart. 2018 saw the release of the trap-infused EP Light Work featuring hits "Way Up" & "Warriors", the Golden State anthem filmed NBA Superstar Stephen Curry. Bizzle ended 2018 with a 20 City “God Over Money Tour” that featured the label’s artists Datin, Jered Sanders, & Selah The Corner.