Andrew Bazzi (born August 28, 1997), known mononymously by his surname, Bazzi, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. His song “Mine”, released in October 2017, gained popularity in early 2018 when it became a meme through Musical.ly edits and the use of a Snapchat lens filter featuring the song. It peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and appeared on several international charts. He released his debut studio album, Cosmic, in 2018, which peaked at number 14 on the Billboard 200 chart. Bazzi worked with K-pop entertainment company SM Entertainment to co-write songs for two of their boy bands, EXO and NCT Dream. With NCT Dream, he co-wrote “We Go Up” with their member Mark for the EP, We Go Up. With EXO, he co-wrote “The Eve” for the studio album The War, and “Ooh La La La” and “Oasis” for the studio album Don’t Mess Up My Tempo. He also co-wrote the song “Give Me a Chance” with Chinese singer and Exo member Lay Zhang for his studio album Namanana. In April 2019, Bazzi released “Caught in the Fire” and “Paradise”. On August 8, 2019, he released his debut mixtape Soul Searching, which includes the song “Paradise”, as well as “Focus” (featuring 21 Savage) and “I.F.L.Y.”. In 2020 Bazzi released the singles “Young & Alive” “Renee’s Song”, “I Got You”, “I Don’t Think I’m Okay”, and “Crazy”. Here are all of Bazzi’s albums ranked.
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2. Soul Searching (2019)
“This album is one that a lot of people can relate (mainly a few songs on the album). I loved listening to it. Bazzi takes Contemporary R&B and pop, and infuses trap beats into it and makes it into something that leaves an unforgettable taste in your mouth while extending the boundaries of the two genres and combining their boundaries with that of trap.”
1. Cosmic (2018)
“This is the type of album that takes you to a whole new world. No skippers. “Cosmic” vibes! Bazzi is a talented angel sent to this planet to save us and his music is almost as spectacular as his personality.”