BIZZY – Anybody


Nashville based singer-songwriter BIZZY doesn’t just arrive onto the scene with a bang, she arrives with an eruption of euphonic glory with a debut that walks a tightrope between empowering anthem and vulnerable tearjerker. As authentic as can be, Anybody immediately invites you into an intimate setting with the opening being her discovering the hook of the track, almost as if you were sitting at a bar together having a long overdue catch up. That’s what I adore about this, it’s like you’re having a conversation with a friend who’s never been better. The confessional style lyrics reflect this ideology wonderfully as her raw, passionate vocal weaves effortlessly between powerful belting that leaves you reeling from the impact to quiet moments of self reflection that trickles its way into your heart. Gravelly guitars and booming drums add to this further, elevating the emotional resonance of the piece as BIZZY captures our hearts and turns us into long lasting fans of her.

The best way to describe BIZZY’s sound is like an amalgamation of Taylor Swift’s raw vulnerability showcased in her folklore album, the authenticity of a Phoebe Bridgers record and the soaring pop hooks of an Olivia Rodrigo record that were meant for screaming out your car windows. BIZZY has got that special flair that’s hard to ignore.

“Anybody was a song I wrote in August when I was in a place in my life where I was so content with where I was as a person. I felt like I didn’t need anybody else to make me happy and I realized that my ‘type’ wasn’t really a thing anymore. I could fall in love with anyone because I don’t need a certain person to make me feel happy or whole. I am really excited for people to hear the full song and I couldn’t be more excited about how the track has been received online. Honestly, I wasn’t sure if I was meant to be an artist but now I really feel like I am where I am supposed to be.”


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