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Shizz Lo spills all in a sweet, sweet interview with Filthy Beat Inspectors

From an Icelandic music video to chasing down ice cream trucks, we got the scoop on his recent activities.

His favorite flavor of ice cream is The Tonight Dough. He traveled all the way to Iceland to film a music video. And he even started eating ice cream during the interview.

Shizz Lo revealed the inspiration behind his musical creativity in an exclusive, tell-all interview on the Filthy Beat Inspectors Podcast episode 020.

Shizz Lo has been on the come up as of late, morphing into a prominent figure in the bass music scene with multiple releases in 2021 alone. Based in Pennsylvania, he's been featured on labels such as Dim Mak, BBC Radio 1 & 1XTRA, Drama Club Recordings and Subsidia Records.

His latest release was an ode to what might arguably be his favorite food: a musically creamy track titled Ice Scream. We couldn't help but ask about the story behind his Ice Scream music video that was filmed in frigid Iceland - an untouchable winter wonderland that none of us could ever imagine eating such a cold treat within.

Shizz Lo revealed that it was done in partnership with one of his best friends -- a legendary videographer named Matt Henry. He always knew he had to do an ice cream song, but didn't know what it had to do with Iceland at first.

"It was in the dead of the winter," Shizz Lo said. "On the flight there, I started writing a 16-bar loop... In my mind, I was thinking of the Mr. Softie jingle. There, we were buying boxes of ice cream, I was freezing cold and I had a jacket of ice cream cones stuffed in it."

Matt Henry referred to it as one of the "biggest 'send it' moments of my life" on Instagram. "We literally bought tickets to Iceland the next day with no plan other than making this lunatic eat 12 ice cream cones a day in the most epic frigid ass scenery we could imagine."

If that's not sending it, we don't know what is. For Shizz Lo's full suite of stories, listen to the Filthy Beat Inspectors podcast episode on Spotify, Apple Music or any major streaming platform.

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