Kizzy has a full-bodied voice that is easy on the ear,
but powerful. She has performed at B.B. King’s Blues Club, for the
Music Showcase 6 and the New Artist Showcase on May 8th. In 2004, Kizzy
won first place at Showtime in Harlem, formerly known as Showtime at
the Apollo in New York City. “For as long as I can remember, I have
always enjoyed singing in front of people,” Kizzy says of her live
performances, “Singing comes naturally to me. It’s like breathing."
Kizzy credits the melodic voices of Mahalia Jackson, Aretha Franklin,
and Whitney Houston, just to name a few, as having the biggest
influences on her musical style.
“I love the versatility and range their voices have. Like them, I put my heart and soul into the delivery of the songs I sing."
asked about other major influences on her singing, she credits the
contributions from her supportive parents, Larry and Christine Amos as
well as her faith in God.
“My parents instilled in me, at an early age, to pursue my dreams and
what I wanted to do in life. They also taught me to put God first
because he will order your steps.” Kizzy
also has a passion for song writing. She was given the opportunity to
co-write a song entitled, “It’s On Again” for J. Records recording
artist, Olivia. This opened other doors, giving her a chance to write
“I’m not limiting myself I am pursuing
singing, song writing, acting, modeling and much more. They are all
forms of expression, and I will be showcasing my talents in a variety
of entertainment areas." You can look for her in the independent film ,
“Sweet Potato Pie,” released to all Blockbusters’ in May 2004.