Sizzle Has His Eyes on You

iMoveiLive : Why did you select this song as your current single?

SIZZLE: I Selected that particular song out of all the songs on the album because I thought that it was strong as a single. When I heard the music for that particular song, I knew right away that the music alone was a hit by itself! All it needed was a catchy hook and a smooth melody to move the song along. Also, the lyrics came easy when I wrote it. If something like that comes out fast and easy and you like it a lot, when you are in the creative process mode, then it can only be good.

iMoveiLive : How does this single relate to the rest of the Album, EP or Mix-tape?

SIZZLE: The song is great for the album because it can work as a standalone track, or it can be amongst all the other songs on the album to have a smooth transition between one another. The album is filled with “cat and mouse” lovey dovey type songs, so this song goes right along with the theme of the “Love Potion” album.

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Rude Boy Magazine

Delivering Hot Shows: Sizzle Exclusive Q&A

RBL: What is the meaning of your name Sizzle? How did you get it and what is the significance?

SIZZLE: I used to hear rappers use the word “sizzle” in their raps and I liked the way it sounded. I always deliver a “hot show” when I am on stage! I give it my all. My friends would also ask me to spit a hot verse so I just stuck with the name Sizzle.

RBL: Can you tell us about the music scene in your area? How is it like? How are the other artists?

SIZZLE: The music scene in Northern California is pretty hot. There’s a lot of hidden talent in the area.

RBL: How did your friends and family first think about your career?

SIZZLE: My younger brother, Alex Aldama, says, “I didn’t expect him to take his music career seriously growing up, but now that he’s actually doing it and it’s going alright. I’m proud of him.”

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Rude Boy Magazine

“I keep going. You have to persevere and never give up if you really want it.”

Adam Aldama, Sizzle, was born and raised in Sacramento, California where he has been performing since he was a child. He has a natural talent for music, singing, and performing. As a young child, he loved to sing in the choir at church with his grandmother. Her encouragement sparked his interest in singing professionally. His main musical inspiration was Michael Jackson. Sizzle emulates a lot of Jackson’s style into his songs and show performances.

Sizzle began writing his own music when he was 13 years old and has been recording for years. Each song is filled with catchy lyrics and smooth vocal melodies. Sizzle, with a smile that never fades, is the happiest when he is sharing his music with you. He performs all over and is bringing new music to the world.

With his family friendly mentality, Sizzle says, “I write music anybody can listen to. I got some tracks for the rollers, some tracks for the clubbers, and I don’t even cuss that much so you can bump it with your mother.

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Hood Critic Magazine

Interview With Adam Aldama aka Sizzle

HCM: When did you start making music and taking it serious?

SIZZLE: I began writing my own music when I was 13 years old. I started recording in 2006. My grandmother had a huge influence on me. Ever since I was a young child, I loved to sing in the choir at church with her. She was the one to spark my interest in singing professionally. She helped me to believe in myself and my music. I knew I wanted to achieve something big with it.

HCM: Who do you feel are the best singers? Why?

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College Underground Magazine

Interview With Adam Aldama aka Sizzle

College Underground Magazine: What Musical Genre Do You Feel Best Describes Your Music And How Would You Describe Your Sound?

SIZZLE: My music genre is Pop & R&B. My sound is very melodic and danceable.

College Underground Magazine: How Did You Get Your Name? Is There A Story?

SIZZLE: I used to hear rappers use the word “Sizzle” in their raps and I liked the way it sounded. I always deliver a “hot show” when I am on stage! I give it my all. My friends would also ask me to spit a “hot verse” so I just stuck with the name Sizzle.

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Marquix Global Netowkr

Interview With Adam Aldama aka Sizzle

ALEXIS: Let’s just get this out in the open – what’s the craziest thing that’s happened to you in your music career?

ADAM: I have had the chance to do a lot of things that the average person has not, like doing a song with Latin rap legend Kid Frost. That whole process of flying to Los Angeles and recording at the studio where Baby Bash, Frost, Chingo Bling and many more Latin rap stars have made music and staying the night at his house and being introduced to great people was fun. I was one of the opening acts for Paul Wall & The Game at the Woodland car show. I got the opportunity to be a part of Sacramento’s number one cover band that has a huge following. The more I get to know people through my music, the more wild and fun things get.

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