Original member of the group "Krazy Vibez" A Hip-Hop Trio from Danbury Ct, Kayzure Sakar has been doing his thing solo on the hip-hop scene since Biggie Small's legendary "Baby Baby"!. The group actually was in the middle of negotiating a record deal shortly before splitting up due to creative differences. One of the members "Psyco" went on to signing with the Bomb Squad shortly after, releasing her single "I busts it non stop". Kayzure shows his versatility while collaborating with many different artists and genres from Hip-Hop, Rock to R&B.
Starting his own indie label, Kayzure has released numerous albums successfully earning him a spot in Hip-Hop's underground. Performing in New York hot spots like Club Pyramid, Kayzure's main focus is to sign a deal with a major record company. The love for music and entertainment is definitely part of his repertoire. Venturing into the world of movies, Kayzure was used as an extra in the movie "Spiderman one". As well as background for Robert DeNiro's new film "Everybody's Fine".
Kayzure Sakar has worked with a few with artists such as Miz Joi, Lady Elizabeth, D-Track, & Diceraw. All which are from the local area. He's done collaborations with artists abroad like rapper 90 MiL & R&B artist Frances Elizee. Both are from Brooklyn New York. Also, Ollie Fareal who is an R&B/hip-hop artist from myrtle beach, SC. Kayzure's also done an collaboration with Toni Braxton for the mixtape circut. However, this particular collaboration was just a mix. Meaning, that Toni Braxton was never present. I just dropped vocals on her track "Kayzure points out", Which required permission. I've done a collaboration with rapper/producer Spliv N gatez who's also from the New Haven area. I just released my latest single Aint goin nowhere. I'm in the studio working on a collaboration with California native Angelique, who's music is described as Neo soul with a touch of funk. Kayzure is recording his new album "On top of the world", Which is due to be released on the Internet Aug 2008 followed by a tour in Japan.