Meet Bandhunta Izzy

Meet Bandhunta Izzy. Rising star coming out Baltimore, Maryland. Izzy is under D1 Ent/Republic and is definitely on his grind right now. He started to pick up the attention of those from his home town back in 2016, with looks from many other cities to follow. This pasted January, Bandhunta Izzy finally dropped off his debut tape. Code Blue was premiered and featured on many big platforms and seemed to get really good feedback from fans. The tape including some pretty dope features such as Bandhunta Jugg, Key Glock, Peewee Longway and even his peer Young Crazy.
Since the release of Code Blue, has been seen in various cities for shows, interviews and more. In interviews, Izzy usually will mention factors that were key in his journey and also tell stories from along he way. He’s also dropped a visual for “In Love Wit da Trap,” a single from the tape, where he mentions the absence of his mother while growing up. You’ll find below that that’s a part of the reason he refers to himself as a “savage.” Izzy also briefly explains that he’s come from nothing, however, is growing through that at the young age of 21. Read more below and get to now Bandhunta Izzy!
Bri: For the readers who don’t know, tell us who Bandhunta Izzy is. 
Bandhunta Izzy: I never really had shit, but always low-key knew I was destined for more, now I’m just ready to be great. 
 Describe what it’s like being an artist emerging out of your city right now? 
It’s a lot of pressure no one has really made it in my lane, so all eyes on me right now. That’s hella pressure.
I’ve heard you mention in your music that your mother up and left when you were younger. How was that, how did it effect you? 
It made me boss up at a young age and made me realize faster, the responsibilities I had to endure to be on my own. It turned me into a savage. 
I know you put in time and hard work while creating of your project. What was the feeling you got once Code Blue was finally released?
I felt like it’s what the fans been looking for and I have appreciation because it came from two years of work. 
You’ve been on your grind for some time now. What is one of the biggest lessons you’ve learn so far? Do you feel like you’ve grown from it?
Don’t deal with the industry how you would be in the streets, because no one in the industry owes you any loyalty and they are going to be cut throat because they don’t owe you anything.
Lastly, what can we expect from you in the near future? 
Bigger work with bigger artists. 

Thank you,

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