Phyzix
Genre Hip Hop
City Lilongwe
Country Malawi
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Phyzix, an African Malawian Hip Hop artist, a.k.a Jack Trades was born Noel Jack Chikoleka on December 18th. He is a rapper, freestyle artist, songwriter and performer. Phyzix has collaborated and worked with UK's Sway of Konvict Music, UK's Dekker & Johan(Radioclit), The Very Best,KoNd-1, Zinja, Tapps Bandawe, Tay Grin, Theo Thomson, Young Kay, Lulu, Atumwi, Annie Matumbi, Daredevils, Third Eye, Dominant 1, Tigris and Jinx just to mention a few. He has shared a stage with Somalia's gem; K'naan during the World Cup viewing. The name 'Phyzix' means a strong person both physically and at heart. His type of Hip Hop is Lyrical-Hardcore-Reality as coined by his manager; Kenny Klips. His music is Comical and about Life experiences. Phyzix is signed to A Tapps Production and is the President of Bantu Records Entertainment Company. He has worked with organizations such as ZAIN Malawi and SOBO as an event organizer as well as E.Ces Print on a promoter capacity. He has performed at Lake of Stars International Music festival, WAPi (Words and Pictures), Domestic Tourism Music festival, La fete de la musique (French Music festival) including a lot of shows in localities such as Karonga, Chitipa, Mzuzu, Zomba, Nkhatabay, Bunda, Salima, Mangochi and Blantyre. The rapper has studied basic Engineering and Information & Communication Technology and enjoys playing Basketball, practicing martial arts and shooting Pool on his social calendar. We should also make mention that he has played Basketball for his country on an International level. He has released 3 mix tapes and an album: The Overdue (2006), Black stars don't shine (2007), From the Dust (2008) and his day view album; The Lone Ranger (2009). Phyzix releases his sophomore album in 2010 titled: SECRET SERVICE. The concept of the album is about working for the government just like Secret agents. Secret agents risk their lives, happiness and dreams everyday just to pursue a higher calling. They protect the country’s leadership, statutes and its sovereignty. "For us; young urban musicians: we are involved in shaping mindsets of future leaders." The album is about taking a stand to call for attention and higher regard for the remarkable job we do. We tell future Malawi how to think and act. "Being patriots is our job; we work overtime but don’t get paid enough!" This album also takes you into the lives of young musicians who go against their families will and venture into music; messing up their education as well as financial and social security just to bless the world with their God-given talents. The Cholapitsa star was inspired by Malawi's Hip Hop pioneering group; Real Elements as well as Dr. Dre.- MySpace

Albums (12)
Songs (22)
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