Vezza Employs Carly Moffa For “Won’t Apologize” Off His “I’m Not Ready” Album

Vezza Employs Carly Moffa For “Won’t Apologize” Off His “I’m Not Ready” Album

Talented American musician, Vezza is here with “Won’t Apologize” which features Carly Moffa off his recently released album “I’m Not Ready”

This duet is about leaving your hometown and your significant other to pursue your aspirations while you’re young. While visiting his mother, he saw Carly Moffa, an American Idol candidate, on TV.

Despite the fact that they were both from the same town and were around the same age, Vezza had never met her before. My mother says to me, “Go write a song with her!”

On how the song came alive, the tune was composed using voice notes and text messages at first and then finished in one studio session at his studio.

Vezza began playing guitar at the age of nine and has never stopped. After a buddy died, all he had left to visit him was his music, which led to the launch of this project.

For his friends and family, he wanted the same thing. For the past 15 years, he has been producing albums for bands and musicians in South Jersey and Orlando.

In 2017, fans began to respond positively to the music on Instagram, and many of them told him how much his music had helped them emotionally, so he wanted to discover new ways to promote the music to more people.

Anthony Vezza is the artist behind Vezza, a project headquartered in Southern New Jersey. Vezza, an audiophile, recorded his debut EP, ‘Gaslight,’ in his basement studio while working remotely with Ashwin Vinayagamoorthy, a former college classmate.

Vezza creates a spin-off of his primary influences like New Found Glory, Owl City, The Killers, The Used, and Weezer by combining classic pop-punk style guitar with bedroom-pop-inspired beats.

Listen to the new one below.

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