Nigel King, affectionately known as Phayze-Won, has been in the music scene since 1998. During the last 20 years, he has collaborated with many musicians and worked on perfecting his sound in the genre of Hip-hop.
Phayze-Won wrote his first rhyme at the age of 11 and has since been influenced by an eclectic collection of music in which his father owned. Multifaceted at best, Phayze-Won is a singer, songwriter, and performing artist dedicated to bringing his audience a contrasting mixed bag of musical creations.
Collaborating talents with the prominent capacities that Coco Leah exudes in her vocal performance, Phayze-Won shines a glimmering light on the celestial quintessence locked into his single, “Help.” Submerging us in the elusive nostalgia that delves into a reminiscent Hip-hop and R&B continuum, the significant messaging enhances the importance of a world filled with peace. As the thesis remains a cause that pertains to the movements of all fighting for equality worldwide, Phayze-Won steers the beguiling ambiance in a unified manner.
With the gentle instrumentation forming an otherworldly soundscape of multidimensional persuasion, the talents that Phayze-Won offers up in the lyrical dexterity shaped has us tapping into our souls as we fully take in the heartfelt reach extended to auditors. The warm invitation of “Help,” that tugs on our heartstrings, has us swaying into an ethereal universe that radiates hope for better days ahead. The dynamism between the sweet sounds that Coco Leah emits as she poignantly harmonizes with Phayze-Won is justly exceptional. Their compatibility on this track offers a look into various perspectives while coming together for one sole purpose.
Through tones of indefinable R&B elements fusing with spellbinding rhyme schemes through the verses that Phayze-Won lays down, “Help” reaches the hearts and minds of individuals seeking compassion for all.
We are thrilled to have been able to feature your single, “Help.” How did the collaboration with Coco Leah come to be? What was it like working with one another?
It was a long process... I had the beat and song written for quite a while but felt it needed a female voice. I knew Coco as an artist and she wanted for a long time to do a song with me, I decided to give it a go for her to do the hook, and after much work, I'm really happy with how the song and final product turned out
Could you please share a glimpse of what the creative process entailed when structuring, “Help?" I had the beat for a couple of years and loved it. When I first heard the beat I automatically had the vision and heard the lyrics in my head of what I wanted to write. HELP is what I thought of especially with everything that's going on in the world around us....the human race needs HELP. You’ve been creating music since 1998. With your extensive experience in the Hip-hop industry, what is your take on how the Hip-hop scene has formed to this date? The hip-hop scene has changed a lot but mainly in a good way because now as artists and fans we have more accessibility to one another. We are more able to be interactive and have more platforms to put our music out independently. How have you found yourself grow as an artist from the beginning of your journey until now? Any words of wisdom for those looking to get started? Ah man, I've grown a lot over the years because I've gained wisdom, life experiences, and confidence as an artist so I'm able to tap in deeper and express myself through my music. My words of wisdom for those who wish to get started always believe in yourself stay true to yourself never take no for answer and have a thick skin. Always get back up and be tenacious. What can we expect to see next? You can expect the unexpected for my up and coming EP #IAMKING you'll definitely see my versatility as an artist. You'll also see a video for "REAL LOVE " coming soon that will tell a love story .....another side of me. Stay tuned !!!!