RIZZ & THE BELIEVERZ, which was founded by Troy Luccketta (Tesla drummer). Due to overwhelming and popular demand after the April 12 release of their debut single, “Don’t Stop Tryin’,” they released their self-produced debut five-song EP EVERYDAY PEOPLE on Friday, May 10

EVERYDAY PEOPLE was released on their own label Blessings & Love Records with distribution via Select-O-Hits and is now available on all digital outlets. It was mixed by Grammy Award winner Steve Marcantonio (Taylor Swift, John Lennon), mastered by Grammy Award winner Nathan Dantzler (Gwen Stefani, Teddy Swims), and features an appearance by Wilburn “Squidly” Cole on “Can We Go.”

Within days of the release of “Don’t Stop Tryin’”–available on all digital outlets and the video (directed/edited by Devon Lancaster) that can be seen on the band’s official YouTube page—RIZZ & THE BELIEVERZ has been making their presence known with over 14,000 streams worldwide and inclusion on various Spotify Playlists including “Baila Reggaeton” (which has over 10 million followers), “Chill,” “Indie That Hits Different,” “Cosmic Tunes,” and “Sunshine Melodies.”

“I knew it was time to answer the call and let people hear more of our music,” declares Troy Luccketta. “I’m glad we chose ‘Don’t Stop Tryin’’ as the debut single, because I feel it really shows who we are at the core.”

Only a week later, the trio traveled to Kingston, Jamaica at the invitation of Wilburn “Squidly” Cole (son of Ska legend StrangeJah Cole and nephew of Donald “Tabby Diamond” Shaw), where they had an extra special opportunity to record for a week at Bob Marley’s legendary Tuff Gong Studio. During that time, they recorded and filmed a live acoustic version of “Don’t Stop Tryin’” with Troy Luccketta and Wilburn “Squidly” Cole on congas, John Salaway on guitar with Rizz on vocals which can be seen on the band’s YouTube page.

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