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Ordinarily in hip hop culture, small towns have not been well known for breeding mainstream recording artist, but for LuiZana formerly known as Lousiana Cash, achieving platinum status is now one of the few things left on his list. Born in July of 1986, Steven Dewayne Morgan was the youngest of three in a single parent household where music was always present. They spent their early childhood days growing up in the projects of Jonesboro, Louisiana in which the opportunities to excel, seemed little to none. Having looked up to his Uncle, the family reached a turning point when they learned he had been shot and fatally wounded. Soon, LuiZana would find himself relocating to Grambling, LA where he would finish the remainder of his schooling.
During those years he was heavily focused on sports in which he received All State honors in both basketball and track. With music still being a major influence, he didn’t allow his athletic achievements to shy him away from any space at lunchroom ciphers, area talent shows, and undoubtedly joined a local rap group. Sadly, the unfortunate murder of one of the members led to the group’s demise, and LuiZana made it a primary focus to work harder at his craft and pursue a life in entertainment. In his senior year he signed to Independent label (Plateau Records) as a duo member of Cook n Cash. Despite gaining local popularity from opening for artists such as Lil Wayne, TI, Keyshia Cole, Twista, and others, the group would disband leading Luiziana back into the studio, but this time as a solo artist.
In 2008 his record "Walk Wit A Dip" hit #1 in major markets and peaked at #43 on the top 100 Billboard charts. From there he went on to sign a recording contract with Battery/Jive Records, and his video debuted on notable shows, 106 n Park, then landing MTV’s “Jam of the Week.” In 2010 he released his first album "P.W.A" on iTunes, and continued to tour packing out clubs within the southern and Midwest regions. In 2011, LuiZana re-staked his claim by dropping the anthem "B**** I'm From Louisiana,” and received over 1 million views from this hit on Youtube alone. Yet another single that would bring him to the forefront, enabling his relevance in an ever-changing industry. Previous encounters and disappointments would eventually lead LuiZana to upstart his own imprint, Da Boot Camp Music Group (Bootcamp Records) in 2013. He released mixtape, "Who Da F*** Is Louisiana Cash" alongside DJ Hollyhood Bay Bay in memory of Lil Snupe, a Dreamchaser’s recording artist who was tragically gunned down. Songs "Lean," "I'm Hot," “I Betchu Cant,” and “Dumb Sh*t” quickly moved into the DJ mix-shows and club sets, making it his most successful project to date.
Most recently he partnered with Mossberg Gang Entertainment, and in November 2019 released “Make It Wobble” featuring New Orleans bounce legend Big Choo, which continues to gain momentum and airplay. His most current single, “Hit My Dance,” is making its way to the streaming world, hence it is geared towards the popular app, Tik Tok. These days, you can find him in the studio working on his upcoming EP entitled, Louisiana Cash VS LuiZana, and enlisting super producer Zaytoven, gearing up for the compilation’s successful year ahead. With collectively millions of views and streams, over 30 mixtapes, a consistent expanded fan base, and a statewide anthem adopted by NCAA football champions LSU, LuiZana is emerging from the shadows of his past accolades and moving forward in hopes to take his place as a contender among other southern legends.