For Teezle T, his career might just be taking off as a solo artist but on Addiction, his sleek and sturdy re-entry into the industry as a standalone artist, he delivers with the work rate of one who has been in the game for a long time. He works with the experience and expertise, his time as 1/3 of ZRB Music afforded him.
Over sprightly percussions put together by Jess ETA, Teezle T dishes on the chaotic relationship he’s in with a muse who uses her wiles to alter his mind. He leaves no stone unturned in showing off his range: alluding to his lyrical dexterity with his encompassing play on words that manages to be inclusive of his roots, his impressive maneuvering of Jess’s instrumentals and most importantly, his ability to entertain even during a discourse.
Teezle T’s performance comes as no surprise considering his track record afforded him coveted spots in Davido’s A Good Time tour lineup and Burna Boy’s African Giant tour lineup but with his debut EP, Pulsar, looming in the horizon and this being a completely route for him, impressing on Addiction was a prime goal achieved with absolutely nothing sacrificed.