“This group consist of two young men taking the seeds of music and growing LIFE. The Jealous Guys, a duo made up of members of Biz y Casa and Ayinde are both natives of San Francisco, CA. ”

Biz y Casa and Ayinde met one another while attending preschool at the early age of three. Growing up in hostile and urban environments that included the prevalence of poverty, drugs, sports, the art of graffiti, and the craft of skateboarding as well as the temptation of dro and liquor. Which led them both to resort to raw lyrics and an untouched sound. The Jealous Guys are attempting to express their unique life experiences today through their music.

Biz y Casa and Ayinde both soaked up their talents from Jay Electronica, Lupe Fiasco, the Mighty Mos Def, Johnny Ca$h, Nas, Andre 3000, Big Pun, Jadakiss, Mac Dre, The Jacka, Husalah, also including Bay Area Artist who put us upcoming artists on the map, Eric Clapton, The O’ Jays, Lenny Williams, Willy Hutch, Stevie Wonder, Hall and Oates, Bobby Womack, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Phil Collins, the talented Marvin Gaye and the soulful group of Tony! Toni! TonĂ©!, as well as gaining an influence from classical movies such as Belly, He Got Game, Love and Basketball, Raising Victor Vargas, The Notebook, Anchor Man, 7 Pounds, Jungle Fever, The Pursuit of Happiness, Do The Right Thing, Game Of Death, The Wackness, Juice, San Kofa and Coming To America. The name

“The Jealous Guys” represent the unique style that defines these two talented urban artist, and the ability to change and adapt forcing people to respect and understand the true meaing jealously. Knowingly, few would not admit that jealously is a key factor in life. Their sound is anything but predictable and most certainly versatile. Soon to be released is their titled mixtape “The Love Mixtape: Lust Of Insomniac”. Which sets forth in words the struggle of things we love, things we lust for, and the hardship of a jealous behavior.” – Life Insomniac