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Published by the independent florida alligator

Celebrating the online hustle...

Local music artist Azazus received his first hint at 2020’s rising adult subscription content when he noticed an increasing number of Venmo and Cash App usernames in social media bios.

This movement led the Alabama-born musician to create his recent single, “Onlyfans,” a song celebrating the online hustle of young people entering the adult entertainment business and taking advantage of content subscription services like OnlyFans and Patreon.....

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Azazus sticks out like a diamond in a world full of musicians...

Azazus (Ah-zays-us) sticks out like a diamond in a world full of musicians with his long flowing dreads, mysterious nature, and perfect sparkling smile. His deep soothing voice and expressive methodical lyrics turn you into melted butter as he dribbles his creative genius all over you......

Published by Grid Magazine

Azazus Drops New Halloween Anthem “Reaper”...

“Back on the track, wardrobe is blacker than black, fresh to death but this no funeral…”

– quote from “Reaper”

Alabama singer/songwriter, Azazus, recently dropped a new 2020 Halloween anthem and he calls it “Reaper”. The song was inspired by his love for anime and horror film genre, as well as Micheal Jackson’s “Thriller” and Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition”. The track is accompanied by a visual directed by 86studios Visuals.....

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Azazus is no stranger to viral...

Azazus is no stranger to viral stardom as his message drives at a deeper purpose. As a change agent, this man sets out to fight for equality and the basic comfort deserved to every human being. Reigning from Alabama and currently residing in Florida, Azazus got his first taste of radio tread on 93BLXFM. From there, his charismatic persona would take him throughout the South into Florida where he graduated from Santa Fe College and launched a music career.....

Published by the independent florida alligator

Open up about mental health...

“Need a Friend” tackles mental health struggles and details the necessity of finding support. Oneal said the artists were inspired by their own battles with anxiety and depression.

“A lot of people don’t want to speak about anxiety and depression,” Oneal said. “We were just letting people know, ‘Hey, it’s OK. You’re not alone.’.”

The song’s more mellow track lays the groundwork for the duo’s hard-hitting lyrics. Azazus’ verses paint a somber portrait of reaching one’s breaking point, with lines like, “If I'm ever on your mind, you probably wish I'm pushing flowers,” as he conveys the need for a genuine confidant....

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