Cottreezy is the first Rasta rapper I've met.
His music portrays the everyday struggle of a Rastafarian Souljah in this concrete jungle.
Influenced by Jamaican and Baptist music, he brings power to the hip-hop world with his cadence and southern baritone flow.
His Rastafari style finds roots in Snoop Dogg, Peter Tosh, Trae da Truth, Public Enemy, Big L, 50 cent, Mobb Deep, Dennis Brown, and Glan Washington.
Piecing together his debut album "Selassie Souljah" over 4 years, Cottreezy has found set roots in his niche and is growing steadily.