Within the new wave of Twin Cities talent, there are many young faces that are ready for the spotlight. Yet one of the most promising talents has chosen to keep his face hidden, not for gimmickry, but to sacrifice his identity for the sake of his music. His name is Izell Pyramid.
After opening for the likes of Poliça and Post Malone, the Minneapolis singer has captivated audiences with his cinematic serenades that are capable of synthesizing complex ideas down to its core. Largely introduced to the world through his collaboration with Bobby Raps and Corbin in their song “Blame The Internet,” the Midtown Maestro has limited his online presence down to simply two solo songs and little to no backstory. As he prepares to open up for the Red Bull Sound Select Show with Bobby Raps and Maxo Kream, we decided to find out more from about the truth that lies behind the mystique.
Check out Izell Pryamid this Friday at Amsterdam Bar & Hall in St. Paul for the Red Bull Sound Select Show with Bobby Raps and Maxo Kream. RSVP here and be on the lookout for his upcoming new project, Priest Craft on his Soundcloud.