Hip Hop Duo 24:16 Talk New Album, Brotherhood, and Lyrical Emcees Taking Hip Hop Back

by Rafeal Crawford

Hip Hop duo 24:16 consist of Atlanta based rappers Clizzy Houston and Hylyda discuss the importance of brotherhood, and their new album venture. The duo one of the few artist who truly standout with lyrical content. This this generation of rappers mostly rap sing but is missing one key ingredient; “Where are the lyrics?” Clizzy and Hylyda bring their own unique style and perspective to the table, with critically acclaimed solo albums of their own.

24:16 recently released their new single Remember My Name with production by Sonny Cheebs. Sonny elevates the lo-fi track with shimmering piano keys, crisp kick drums and guitar strums. The duo effortlessly lay down smooth lyrics, delivering cool, witty lines with suave elegance. The record is accompanied by a video directed by 3M Productions.

They mention brotherhood is the glue not only behind the project but also as friends. They truly have each other's back in this shady music industry business and also in real life situations.

The duo also talk about how they want lyrics to be the focal point of their upcoming project, not just the beats. They want to capture the listeners mind with words. Remember when the teacher use to say “It is time to put your thinking cap on?” That is exactly what 24:16 wants to accomplish.

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