[New York, NY – November 3, 2021] Hailing from Brooklyn, Winners Circle newest signing Jay Bezzy has already proven himself to be a powerful addition to the team. Today, he releases his debut single and video “F**k Love” (Winners Circle/RCA Records).
Produced by Great John, the single draws heavily on sincere melodies. Gliding over romantic guitar strings, 18-year-old Bezzy uses earnest lyrics to render a dissolving relationship in disarming vulnerability: “Now you acting like my love is not enough/Playing games pretending that you aren’t in love/Now every time I call your phone, pray you pick up.” The video, directed by Dead Fly Films, follows Bezzy on a date as he begins to get flashbacks of a past relationship.
When asked to describe his debut single, Jay Bezzy states: “F**k Love is about disloyalty, dishonesty and heartbreak. My first song as a Winner, giving the world heartbreak medicine.”
Winners Circle member Jerm Soto first discovered Bezzy’s talents from his song “Pain Away.” “I Immediately knew he was next up. I signed him to Winners Circle because I felt like he gave us balance. He helped showcase the fact that we weren’t just a label capable of delivering only drill artists.”
Stay tuned for more from Jay Bezzy and the rest of Winners Circle.
About Jay Bezzy
Pairing flexible vocals with stylish rhymes and fearless confidence, Jay Bezzy serves up melodic anthems with a Brooklyn flair. Since he began recording music five years ago, he’s unleashed an engaging mix of energetic bangers and soul-baring confessionals, theme songs for fans with fly guy aspirations and a familiarity with broken romance. He explores the latter on “Fuck Love,” a new single laced with pained melody and crystalline sincerity. Bezzy recorded his first songs after rapping for Meek Mill at Power 105.1. Impressed with Bezzy’s skills, Meek gave the then 14-year-old $2,000 to buy studio time. While Bezzy wasn’t impressed with his earliest tracks, he began hitting the studio to improve his abilities, saving money so he could afford the sessions. When one of his songs earned 100,000 streams in a month, he noticed his progress, which he only continued to make with each release. In 2019, his hard work began paying off when he dropped “Different,” an anthemic, street-wise bop that eventually earned over 700,000 streams on SoundCloud. Building his buzz with subsequent releases like “Pain Away” and “One Time,” he secured a deal with Winners Circle and RCA Records in the summer of 2021 and the chance to pursue his stadium status aspirations. “It’s time to go up and put a stamp on what I’m trying to do,” he says. “It’s time for my dreams to become reality.”