Who Is Dizzy Wright?

Rap Influences

Dizzy Wright:"Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, just their harmonizing. I always felt like they were really singing. I remember seeing Krayzie Bone in the studio, smoking a blunt. Half his hair was done and the other half wasn't and he was just in there puffing, and the nigga was singing. So every time I hear them harmonizing, I always pictured these thug-ass niggas really trying to sing. I was all about that.

 

My mom was close with Layzie Bone before I was born. Them just always being around, he told me when I was young, 'I'm your uncle Layzie Bone.'

 

"My mom was close with Layzie Bone before I was born. Them just always being around, he told me when I was young, 'I'm your uncle Layzie Bone.' It's been like that, he's always just treated me like I was his nephew.

"I fucked with everything that I heard. The most shit that I listened to was Bone. Everything that was coming out, like all through the 2000s, I bumped that shit. Chronic 2001, that whole album. I listened to whatever was coming out. I'm not like a big fan of anything. I fuck with a lot of shit, but I don't 'fan out' over anything. Not even Bone."

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