DJ Swamp Izzo
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DJ Swamp Izzo

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Even as a youngster, South Carolinian native DJ Swamp Izzo instinctively understood that consistency would be the key to unlocking his dreams of becoming one of the biggest names in urban music. Fast-­-forward a decade, and now, in 2013, DJ Swamp Izzo has witnessed those dreams come full circle. With prestigious honors from MTV, world tours, and spinning for President Barack Obama added to his growing list of accomplishments, Swamp Izzo is on a mission to relay good music to the masses while encouraging positive action. From rocking the club scene to helping break some of rap’s most sought after independent artists (including Gorilla Zoe, Young Scooter, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, and Future to name a few), it is easy to see why the streets respect and relate to DJ Swamp Izzo.

In the late 1990’s, Swamp Izzo relocated, making Atlanta, Georgia his new home. He quickly hit the ground running, adapting to the new changes he faced while making powerful connections along the way. Soon thereafter, Swamp Izzo landed a gig spinning at T.I.’s Club Crucial on the west side of Atlanta, which allowed him to meet many movers and shakers on the city’s burgeoning music scene. However, it wasn’t until touring with D4L in 2006 that Swamp Izzo narrowed his focus, mashed the gas, and made the decision to pursue music full-­-time.

Aside from D4L, Swamp Izzo has toured with several musical heavy hitters, including Gucci Mane, Ludacris, Cassidy, Keith Sweat, and Nick Cannon. In 2006, Swamp Izzo served as the official DJ of the DUB Car Show. Since then, he has been booked to spin at private parties for some of the industry’s elite, including 50 Cent and Sean “Diddy” Combs. In 2008, he embarked on a four-­-city tour of the Middle East, including stops in Iraq and Afghanistan, where he had the honor of spinning for deployed US troops and President Barack Obama himself. However, the accolades don’t stop there: Swamp Izzo boasts several classic mixtapes in his catalog, including efforts from Young Scooter, Young Thug, and Soulja Boy’s “Juice”, which garnered him Top Mixtapes of 2011 honors from MTV.

Despite his no-­-nonsense demeanor, Swamp Izzo’s hosting thrives off of his high energy and genuine love for great music.
“I come from a place where there are not many positive outlets for kids growing up,” says Swamp, reflecting on his adolescence. “My goal is to put myself in a position where I am able to help those who are in similar situations coming up after me.”

Swamp Izzo’s hunger to continuously improve himself and his craft are the antidote for any form of complacency, and with goals still left to be realized, his work is far from finished. With faith, integrity, hard work, and consistency, Swamp Izzo plans to bring that same energy to radio airwaves and business boardrooms across the country in the very near future.