Episode 167 features Parris Chariz and was recorded live in Tulsa, Ok at KeezyKut’s Pitstop Barber Shop. Parris Chariz (pronounced like charisma) is a phenomenal faith-based rapper who is setting the precedent for rappers in Oklahoma. Parris chats with Brandy regarding his upbringing in Detroit, MI, and his journey on how he became the artist […]
Sippin Tea w' Nae Nae 2020 Top 10 shows of the year ft. PARRIS CHARIZ
Sippin Tea with Nae Nae
Rica Nadine gives you an oldie but goodie as she ends the year of 2020 with Top best interviews/ shows of the year. This episode ft. Mr. Smooth Operator himself PARRIS CHARIZ. Playlist: Big wave: Parris Chariz and Lecrae Missed called: Parris Chariz Lately: Parris Chariz
Episode 166 Brinson talks new music by Parris Chariz, Flame, 1K Phew, Brinson, Byron Juane, and Cstraight engagement news! Listen/Subscribe!
Episode 166 Brinson talks new music by Flame, 1K Phew, Byron Juane, and Cstraight engagement news! Listen/Subscribe! This week's Playlist 1. CStraight "Still Want It" 2. CStraight "God Made Me Dope" 3. Hostyle Gospel "June 98" ft 1K Phew, Joe Glass III 4. Reece Leche "Savvy" 5. DJ DB405 "All That" Parris Chariz 6. FEDEL "Drop Dance" 7. Brinson "What They Hollering Bout" Ft. Pettidee 8. Knine "All I Need" Ft. Uncle Marvin
In this episode of Testimony a Musician’s Story, presented by Sound Seekers, rapper Parris Chariz shares his Christian testimony. He talks about how he went from playing college basketball to praying over his rap tracks. We discuss Lil Boosie and Drake trending on Twitter. Additionally, Parris talks about his latest album 2045 being featured on Revolt TV, over 1 million Spotify streams, and creating songs with replay value. Parris also goes between the lines of "Hunger Games", "Starlit", "The Light", and "Secrets" in our 4-Song-Breakdown.
Parris Chariz is a rapper and singer based in Tulsa. One of the most streamed artists in Tulsa, Parris’ music has racked up millions of plays on Spotify alone. His new album ‘2045’ was released July 17 to rave reviews, and features #FireInLittleAfrica collaborators Chasing Ryan, M.C., and Medisin. In this episode, recorded remotely via Zoom, Doc and Ali go deep with Parris on how he went from basketball star to rapper and founder of the World 45 artist collective. They talk about his faith in God and why he chooses not to curse in his lyrics, as well as using his music to tackle issues like depression and anxiety. And they get his thoughts on the Fire In Little Africa sessions and what he took away from that experience. Songs featured on this episode: Static Shock (2:46), Lately (22:29), Die For Me (36:42), Type Mean (58:19) and The Light (1:12:31) To learn more about Fire In Little Africa: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Spotify FireInLittleAfrica.com