Rob Twizz shines in new Tunecore Interview

Rob Twizz shines

Rob Twizz was born in the hip hop hotbed of The Bronx, New York. He is a Yonkers, New York-based first-generation Albanian American rapper. Yonkers, often known as New York’s “lost borough,” is regarded as the “black cloud” for recording artists. Rob Twizz grew up on Yonkers’ south side, the son of immigrant parents from the former Yugoslavia. He has been working hard to break through all boundaries and use his abilities to help the area and his classmates. He began composing poetry at a young age, which evolved into hip-hop and marked the beginning of his career. The well-known “Halloween Cyphers,” created in partnership with Worldstarhiphop, have approximately 20 million views on YouTube alone. His music has been played on television during fighter walkouts, and he has garnered co-signs from some of combat sports’ most illustrious figures, like Roy Jones Jr. and Jon Bones Jones. Rob announced his relationship with the cutting-edge boxing firm SparBar in 2019. He continues to serve as an ambassador and release unique material, the most recent of which included veteran UFC commentator Bruce Buffer. What he had to say about the indie grind and the status of music is as follows.

Rob Twizz shines in the new Tunecore series “Tunecore Tuesdays”. Tunecore is known as one of the largest independent music distribution companies in the world.  Rob Twizz was featured in their latest segment where he shares his independent journey from beginning to end on what it takes to make it in the industry as an indie artist. This is a tremendous milestone for any artist, Rob took to Instagram to specifically say “Thank you to @tunecore for giving me my flowers”.

When asked about the future, Twizz is sanguine. “I always like when people speak about music as a journey because there is no other way to describe it,” he contends. “It is a journey with no destination; you keep going and changing the path to wherever makes you happiest… As far as this coming year, I am definitely looking to get back out in front of fans to perform and continue to master my craft. There is nothing like feeling the love and support in person.” @robtwizz The video has garnished over 20,000 views in its first week, truly inspirational!

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