Growing up just a block away from The Notorious B.I.G., watching him go from local corner boy to rap superstar, Skyzoo couldn’t help but dream big. The Brooklyn, NY native saw life in all of its “heaven and hell” juxtaposition, being from the infamous home of both Jay-Z and “Do The Right Thing”. He started rapping at age nine, writing about what he witnessed on his daily routines as a child. Those years of observation have turned into first person narratives that have labeled Skyzoo as a “new legend” and have led to his albums being critically acclaimed by fans and critics alike. His storytelling has been commended by all walks of literary life, from hip hop royalty to university professors and everyone in between. The fan base Skyzoo has been able to acquire stretches across a wide blanketed range, cultivating in a cult like following of fans who’ve been attached to Sky since his first release a decade and a half ago, which has all lead to memorable placements in both the souls of listeners and the eyes of corporate America.

Musically, he’s collaborated with a plethora of artists and producers, including the likes of Jill Scott, Just Blaze, Dr. Dre, Bilal, Tyrese, Jadakiss, Black Thought, Pete Rock, Illmind, John Legend, Apollo Brown, Griselda, Raheem Devaughn, Talib Kweli, and Spike Lee, just to name a few. His most recent album, “The Mind of a Saint” is a conceptual album that sees Sky speak solely from the perspective of Franklin Saint of FX’s “Snowfall”. Produced by DC duo The Other Guys, the album has been critically acclaimed by critics and fans alike for its vivid storytelling and layered lyricism, merging a fictional character with the times of our real world, circa the show’s 1986 landscape, all while debuting as the #1 hip hop in the country on Apple Music the week of release.

From the MLB/The Jackie Robinson estate to HBO and NBA 2K to ESPN and Buffalo Wild Wings, Sky has lucratively brought corporate America along for a Brooklyn ride. 2023 saw Skyzoo write and perform all of the the music as well as narrate the entire Jackie Robinson documentary “Get To The Bag”, with Skyzoo becoming the face of the doc which was executive produced by La Dodger superstar Mookie Betts and presented by the MLB.

Outside of writing music, he’s lent his pen to other literary areas. In 2017 the world saw the release of “Patti Cake$”, a major motion picture released in the summer of ‘17 to critical acclaim (sweeping the Sundance fest and labeled the “must see” move of the summer by People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly) which he co-started in, served as the lead actor’s consultant, and is an associate producer/co owner of. He’s also started in films with Denise Richards, Richard Gunn and more. In light of that success, he’s currently developing and pitching scripted television pilots and full length films, and he’s ghostwritten and done song writing for a countless list of Grammy award winning and platinum selling Hip-Hop and R&B artists, charting on Billboard countless times.

The embodiment of a DIY attitude, he’s achieved his success in the form of truly being an independent artist, thus molding him into so much more. Skyzoo has become known as being the ultimate artist, one able to make classic music with a lasting impact. Listeners can identify with his story, they can see the many sides of themselves in him. No matter the mood, season, or circumstance, Skyzoo offers music to live to and live by. The best way to describe him? Let the people tell it and words such as “brilliant”, “classic”, and “masterpiece” are constantly used to describe his catalog, with each yearly entry raising the stakes. The beauty in it all is as his slogan goes: “Lyrics Will Never Be The Same”., Landon Wordswell is an Tampa based, St Louis area raised touring artist that has taken his talents just about everywhere. Wordswell has been fortunate enough to sharpen his blade amongst some of the best emcees alive doing shows and touring both nationally and/or internationally alongside greats such as Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Bun B, The Game, Raekwon (Wu Tang), Elzhi, Skyzoo, Gift of Gab (Blackalicious), and so many more.

Landon’s live show effortlessly engages the audience with his unique personal touches that are added naturally via a heavy dose of introspective lyricism behind a militant, precise delivery. Landon also happens to be one of the newest signees to Skyzoo’s label, First Generation Rich, which will be putting out Wordswell’s most personal album yet, “Remember To Breathe”.