Trizzie Ninety Six talks music and soon to be released mixtape
Trizzie Ninety Six aka ‘96’, real name Maurice Nyangabo, started his music journey back when climax visuals introduced him to Dizo Last, one of the best beat makers and producers in Rwanda, who put him on hits released in 2019 like ‘No room’, ‘Niza so’, ‘Igitabo Cya Channel’ and many others.
After recording my first verse, I realised that life was never going to be the same anymore, I had already decided to start music as a career,” the artiste recalls, saying his first days in making music were when he featured Dizo on a track dubbed ‘No Room’.
Talking to Weekender, the fast-rising artiste traced his love for music from the day he added the likes of Kanye West (Ye), Bryson Tiller and Drake to his playlist.
Almost everyone was singing my hook on ‘Nihe’, something I never thought could happen. It was B-Threy’s song but all the young ones were asking about the new boy singing on the hook,” says Nyangabo.
Dubbed ‘Ibyawe’, the new mixtape which is scheduled to début later this month features only young musicians such as Logan Joe, B-Threy, Nillan, and Kenny k-shot, most of them signed under Loud Sound Music Movement.
Nyangabo says that the whole mixtape was inspired by the feedback he received from his recently released track dubbed ‘Fancy’.
Like many others, Trizzie Ninety Six is working on making Rwandan music great with his rhymes and flow that many find unique.
It is a journey the 25-year-old rapper started in primary school during lunch where kids would gather and battle in rap.