by The Alchemist
SelfMadeMizzy is an artist from Washington DC that is making a name for himself. He has dropped a few EP’s recently, most notably No English 2 which came out this year. One of our favorite tracks that he has recently came out with is called, “Lied to My Face”.
He teamed up with Frankie Steeze on the track, and it is a banger for sure. When asking Mizzy about the track he says, “’Lied to My Face’ is a heart break song telling my fans how the girl I loved lied to me and was playing me with my enemies that I’ve told her about and then tried to set me up to get killed by them.” The production of the song is phenomenal. Check out the song below.
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