Official Page for the New West Coast Rap Sensation YOUNG DIZZY!!! ✔ The Official 'Young Dizzy' Verified account █║▌│█│║▌║││█║▌║▌ For Booking Information contact: CAA Marcus Washington TrakMonstazOnline@Gmail.Com Follow Dizzy on Twitter.. Twitter.com/youngdizzy1 Young Dizzy, formally known as Royce Pertilla, was originally born in Atlanta, Georgia then moved to California and made Sacramento his home and stomping ground. Young Dizzy is the embodiment of the West in every sense of the word. When you weigh out the assets and attributes of this complete artist you’ll find all necessary ingredients are present. From age eight to present, music has been the driving force in the success of this young artist and his work ethic shows just that. Dizzy has landed a wide range of performances throughout the West Coast, along with radio airplay and spins on numerous radio stations on the West Coast such as KSFM 102.5, Hot 103.5, KWIN 97.7, and various others just to name a few. His first single, “G-5” and the self-budgeted Hi-Def music video was played throughout many countries including the United Kingdom and Puerto Rico. In less than one month his fan base skyrocketed. He gained the respect of various DJ’s, as well drawing in major record label attention such as Interscope, Grand Hustle, Def Jam, etc. Through his performances, Dizzy has shown he is a star in the making time and time again. Likewise, his versatility is apparent from his poetic lyrics, to his fast paced and heart-dropping performances. The young 25 year old entertainer has already shared the stage with several well-known performers such as Flo-Rida, Keri Hilson, Jeremih, New Boyz, Dorrough, Ying Yang Twins, Yung LA, Wu- Tang, Paul Wall, Wiz Khalifa, Mims, The Pack, and various others. Dizzy also has also created songs with Gucci Mane, Yung LA, Ying Yang Twins, DJ Drama, The Aphilliates, Freddie P, and more. The future certainly is guaranteed to be bright for Young Dizzy and is certain to be a key player in the Rap game of tomorrow. There’s a saying that goes, “Yesterday is history, today is a gift; that’s why they call it the present.” But, what about tomorrow? Well, tomorrow is what the current regime in rap music is questioning. The year is 2013 and "Young Dizzy” is "tomorrow”.