Born in the centre of modern day Babylon in a place called Kansas City, Missouri, but raised in the blue collar town of Buffalo, NY, Cottreezy’s music portrays the everyday struggle a Rastafarian Souljah faces in this concrete jungle. With a Baptist Church upbringing and strong Jamaica family ties, the power in his voice can be felt worldwide. Cottreezy’s vocals are extremely versatile as he shows both a hip hop cadence mixed with a smooth Southern Baritone flow. Growing up, he was blessed to travel and live across the country and also frequently stoppong in Jamaice for Summer visits. He absorbed his musical influence from artists such as, Snoop Dog, Peter Tosh, Trae da Truth, Public Enemy, Big L, 50 Cent, Mobb Deep, Dennis Brown and Glen Washington that give the perfect recipe for his Rastafari musical message. With Jah before him, nothing shall be against him. Protection needs aggression and you can hear that he taken the frontline in this Babylonian Battle.