Detroit, Michigan USA
I'm male, I Write a lot of Hip Hop/Rap, i have been doing that since i was 13 & still to this day, this is just a little bit for now, as i'm just getting my page set up, i might end up adding a few of my own lyrics here, so keep a look out.
Lil Layzie’s exceptional range from Rapping and Singing and acting to versatile music ability have earned him a reputation as an extraordinary performer. Best known as one of the original stars of the hit television show Detroit 187, Lil Layzie’s reach is built on the show’s and its stars groundbreaking and innovative talent.
Lil Layzie started his career as a Rapper in Detroit, earning an ardent following via hard work in various night clubs. As one of the cutting-edge, young rappers, he was spotted by huge concert promoters, who booked him as the opening act for major touring acts including Damien Lee Benoit, Dj CC Boom and Coby Mike. It wasn’t long before he came to Hollywood performing at a number of clubs, including the 337 Studios Media, where he met Jason Richman which led to his first national television appearance with a starring role in Detroit 187.
This was the conduit to Jason Richman, who proved acting in Lil Layzie’s career by offering him an opportunity to audition and join the uniquely talented cast of the most adventurous primetime variety show of its day, Detroit 187. He, Michael Imperioli, James McDaniel and D J Cotrona made tv history with their originality.
Lil Layzie’s impressive film and musical debut was opposite Eminem in 8 Mile. He immediately segued select high-profile films including opposite Michael Imperioli in the police procedural, Detroit 187 (ABC) and in the provocative urban rapping, Detroit Street Hitz (Berk Ave. Entertainment). His credits include numerous feature film roles from Damien Lee’s Hangout Collab, where he received acclaim and praise for his turn as “Ryan,” to G+ Factor (Hangout Network Productions’) and the pivotal cameo in Detroit Street Hitz, which has become a urban favorite.
Lil Layzie’s hilarious impressions of Jeff Hardy, Michael Jackson and other icons have become infamous. His visibility on Detroit 187 led to three Primetime specials: G+ Factor, Geeks of the Round and Gran Torino. His elasticity as a performer who delivers on both the big and small screen led to other projects like the lead in the Dirty Mittens Documentary,