In spite of the fact that Mozzy is facing legal problems, he is not stopping to make music. The Sacramento talent recently unveiled a new single for fans to check out on Monday (April 3), which was entitled “FREE ALL THE LIFERS,” a Jay P Bangz and Dave-O produced effort that is sure to place listeners in the best light when it comes to the Sacramento talent’s vivid rhymes about living on the street.
“FREE ALL THE LIFERS” was released along with a matching video, which began with a message from Mozzy about the incarceration that he has experienced so far. As of now, I’m planning on turning myself in for the next couple of days. ‘I’ll be right back, girl, faster than you can say ‘Free Mozzy,'” he declares as he sits shotgun in a car, as he declares to his passengers, “That’s a promise.” The video then follows the rapper with his crew at several different locations throughout the city.
Back in July of 2022, Mozzy got together with the Collective Music Group family for the release of the compilation album, Gangsta Art. Within one week of that release, he gave the masses Survivor’s Guilt, an EP that featured 15 songs and was assisted by 2 Chainz, Blxst, EST Gee, Saweetie, Shordie Shordie, YG, 42 Dugg, and more. It was in the middle of that month that he surrendered himself to authorities and commenced his yearlong sentence on a federal gun charge that had been laid against him.