Talented Hip-Hop Artist Half Deezy to Launch New EP this August

One of the music industry’s hip-hop favorites, Half Deezy, surprised fans with his social media announcement that he is releasing his new EP this coming August 14. The Filipino-American singer, songwriter, and music producer is calling his much awaited EP, My World

My World will be featuring seven songs with a total running time of 19 minutes. It will include songs “Fire It Up,” “Snitch,” “Faith,” “Low,” “My Side,” and “Lifetime” aside from the featured single, “My World.” The upcoming EP is expected to showcase more of Half Deezy’s melodic artistry and relatable lyrics that he is best known for. Despite the present situation of the world brought about by the pandemic, the gifted artist used a lot of his spare time to pour out his emotions, unique life stories, and personal conviction in his new songs. 

Half Deezy is also well-known for his unique collaborations, having been featured on songs by Platinum artists. These include working together with Bizzy Bone and Lazy Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony, Baby Eazy E, Dogg Pound Gangstas, Stat Quo, and many others. He is best known for his popular songs that include “Soulja Boy Diss” (2011),Tonight” (2014), and “V.E.T.S.” (2016). 

In 2019, he released several singles that include “Wanna Know,” “The Prize,” “No Luck,” “Waste N Time,” “Best Life,” “Good Day,” and “What U Got” featuring Kaydence. This 2020, Half Deezy introduced “Hate Me” and “Dance Alone” to the world. All his songs are available on all streaming platforms. 

Hip-hop fans are mostly attracted to Half Deezy’s distinct voice and unique compositions. Most fans believe that no one in the music industry possesses Half Deezy’s exceptional voice quality. It is so distinct that it is even impossible to mistake his songs for another artist’s output. Looking back, he remembers always wanting to make music even as a young boy. Without any musical background whatsoever, Half Deezy found himself learning the basics on his own until he mastered the skills needed to create exceptional songs that music fans can enjoy regardless of their genre preference.

Born Ian Vandiver, Half Deezy served in the U.S. Army for ten productive years before deciding to focus on his music career. His experience and many learnings in the military are mostly reflected in his songs. Apart from his songs and his voice quality, Half Deezy maintains a hip and uncommon image as a form of his artistic self-expression. 

“I would want anyone who is pursuing music to take from this that no matter the background, age, or style of music, it doesn’t matter where you are in your career that it is all still possible,” Deezy explains. 

Despite being a professional member of the Grammys for the past four years, Half Deezy is still committed to shaping and reshaping his personal sound and improving his already excellent lyrical skills. His humility combined with his innate passion for music will surely usher him to success as he prepares to build his brand further and go into promising business ventures in the future. 

My World is now available for pre-save on Spotify, iTunes, and Google Play. 

Find out more about Half Deezy by visiting his website. Follow him on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for updates on his upcoming EP.

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