Hazakim is Hebrew for "strong ones". They are a messianic Jewish hip-hop group based in Florida.
As a kid Mike never imagined himself becoming an emcee; being more drawn to classic jazz artists such as Miles Davis, Coltrane, Ellington, and Vince Guaraldi. Hearing the Cross Movement’s debut album, Heaven’s Mentality, changed all that. He wrote his first rhyme after hearing an agnostic rapper challenging the validity of Scripture—that rhyme became Liar Lunatic Lord or Legend—Hazakim’s first song…he hasn’t stopped since.
Falling in love with socially conscious east coast rap as a kid, Tony began writing rhymes of his own at the young age of 10. In addition to writing lyrics, Tony also found a voice in producing and arranging music for the group (with Mike also contributing from time to time). Incorporating the sounds of his upbringing, and the many cultural influences that make Hazakim who they are, Tony has helped to forge a unique musical backdrop for the duo’s lyrics.
Rarely do we as artists give people a peak into our scrapped material - that concept stuff that never makes the... https://t.co/J6rgVd7IizMike & Tony about 15 hours agoFood always tastes better when someone else makes it for you.Mike & Tony about 18 hours ago@servingfist23 2) secular concert goers dont seem to have this requirement. just wondering why is all.Mike & Tony about 21 hours ago@servingfist23 have u been to any chh concert lately? non-stop & excessive jumping is not a requirement for the crowd...or they feel cheatdMike & Tony about 21 hours ago