Lil Layzie

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,

  • Work
    • Berk Ave. Entertainment
  • Education
    • Michigan State University