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Mozzy is an American rapper and songwriter. He is signed with Real Talk Entertainment, Empire Distribution, Blackmarket Records and Livewire Entertainment.
He started rapping in 2004 under the name Lil Tim, eventually changing his stage name to Mozzy in 2012. He received little attention until the release of his 2015 album Bladadah, which was ranked as the 22nd best rap album of 2015 by Rolling Stone and which gave him the “best-run” of 2015 according to Complex Magazine.
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Mozzy who real name is Timothy Cornell Patterson was born on June 24, 1987 (age 34 years) in Sacramento, California, United States. He grew up on 4th Avenue, in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighbourhood. His parents were not in his life, so he was raised by his grandmother Brenda Patterson-Usher, a Black Panther party member, who owned several homes throughout Oak Park. Mozzy attended Sacramento High School, but eventually dropped out and earned a GED. He worked various local jobs until he decided to pursue his music career full-time in 2010.
Mozzy first began rapping at age 16 alongside his uncle Genaro “GP the Beast” Patterson. In 2010 under the stage name “Lil Tim”, Mozzy released a single titled “U Ain’t Really Like ‘Dat”, his first release as a full-time musician. On August 2, 2016, he released Lil Timothy N Thingz, a collection of songs recorded in 2008 while he had still been known as “Lil Tim”.
Mozzy’s first notable collaboration was with an industry executive on his third solo album, Goonbody Embodiment. This collaboration with Oakland rapper Philthy Rich, on the track “I’m Just Being Honest” in early May of 2014, caused a long-standing controversy.
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In December, Compton rapper YG released a single titled “City Mad” featuring Mozzy and associate “Slim 400” leading up to the release of his album, Still Krazy. In 2016, Vallejo rapper Nef the Pharaoh released the album Neffy Got Wings, featuring a track with Mozzy called “Devil’s Team”.
In 2019, Mozzy released a full-length collaboration album called Chop Stixx and Banana Clips, with Gunplay. Writing about the project for Freemusicempire, Dan-O praised the project, stating “Gunplay and Mozzy paint pictures so you can see the crook’s whole journey, not just the sentence”.
On September 30, 2021, Mozzy was featured on the song “Last One Standing” by Skylar Grey, along with Eminem and Polo G, featured on the soundtrack for the film Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
Mozzy – Solo work
Mozzy’s mixtapes, such as Bladadah, are his largest success. He released his first solo mixtape in 2011 under the title Money Means Mozzy and had released ten other mixtapes by 2016. In 2015, he was recognized by Complex magazine for having the “best run of 2015”, and by Rolling Stone for having the 22nd best rap album of 2015.
In 2016, Mozzy moved from Sacramento to Los Angeles, California and released the album Gang Related Siblings, featuring his fellow Oak Park native and producer June. Mozzy’s 2016 mixtape Mandatory Check reached no. 7 on the Billboard Rap Albums chart.
In August 2017, Mozzy released his debut studio album, 1 Up Top Ahk. In 2018, his second studio album Gangland Landlord was released, which peaked at number 57 on the US Billboard 200.
On May 1, 2020, he released his fourth studio album, Beyond Bulletproof. The 13-track project follows 2019’s Internal Affairs and includes the singles “Pricetag”, ” Ain’t Perfect”, “Overcame”, and “Big Homie from the Hood”. Mozzy enlisted various artists on the album, including King Von, G Herbo, Eric Bellinger, and Polo G. The album debuted at number 43 on the Billboard 200, becoming Mozzy’s highest-charting project to date.
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On September 23, 2020, Mozzy returned with his second project of 2020, Occupational Hazard. He described it as his favourite project and said the album goes back to his “old” style.
Mozzy started 2021 by releasing the single “Bompton to Oak Park,” which was a collaboration with fellow California rapper YG. The single was the lead single to a collaborative album titled Kommunity Service, which was released on May 21 of that year. The album peaked at number 88 on the Billboard 200. In September of that year, Mozzy released his sixth studio album, titled Untreated Trauma. The album debuted at number 19 on the Billboard 200, surpassing Beyond Bulletproof as his highest-charting album.
In March 2014, Mozzy released the track “I’m Just Being Honest” which sparked a feud with local rapper Lavish D. However, there had been an ongoing feud, which started in Meadowview and G Parkway in Sacramento, that put Guttah Team and Starz against Oak Park gangs like Fab and Stunna Gang. This started with an ambush by Lavish D’s “Starzup” gang on March 15 on an associate of Mozzy’s from Oak Park at the Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento. Eight shootings followed, which the Sacramento Police department found to be linked by the original incident between the two gangs.
Between 2005 and 2008, Mozzy was arrested three times by the Sacramento Police for possession crimes, including illegal possession of a firearm and evading police. He was arrested again in 2014 and served a sentence in San Quentin State Prison, during which his brother and colleague E Mozzy released the album Free Mozzy. After his release, Mozzy decided to focus solely on his music, releasing four solo albums in 2015. Despite receiving offers to perform across the nation and worldwide, Mozzy was unable to leave the state of California until 2017 due to being on probation.
In July 2018, Mozzy was arrested during a traffic stop in Las Vegas for gun possession.
Mozzy is married to his longtime girlfriend Gee O Gee, they had their wedding in the 2000s. The couple have two children.
Mozzy net worth
How much is Mozzy worth? Mozzy net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His main source of income is from his music career. Mozzy successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest and influential rappers in California.