Bizzy Crook Hopes Fans Relate To Stories On P.S. I’m Sorry 2 Mixtape

Bizzy Crook recently dropped his follow-up mixtape P.S. I’m Sorry 2 and MTV News caught up with the Miami rapper on set in Harlem as he shot the video for his single “Ferraris and Goddesses,” where he broke down the new tape a bit.

“My music is very personal so I’m telling my story,” he explained. “P.S. I’m Sorry 2 is a little sarcasm–a lot of people are not too happy with how far I took this rap thing, so it’s kinda me saying, ‘p.s. I’m sorry.’ The fans could expect that substance, where they could relate to music again, where they could play something and it doesn’t have to be [about] bottles and fly stuff—it’s music they could really relate to and get through experiences with.”