Nino Bandz inspired by Lil Wayne drops Heat

Nino Bandz is a new artist on the rise out of Racine, WI. Now at the age of 23, Nino has been writing music since he was 15 years old.

Nino Bandz

After just dropping his debut project titled “1st Quarter” May 2020 he already is back in the studio working on more music. It isn’t just music for him, he lives every word.  Different people, places, and experiences helped him develop a new understanding of the music culture and also gave him more insight into the actual potential he possessed as an artist.

With his beats and clever wordplay, Nino Bandz is focused on reaching more people with his brand and emerging into Hip Hop Industry as one of the freshest new talents the year. He refers to his style and music as “a different wave”.

Most of his inspiration comes from how he grew up, his family’s musical background his respect for authentic artists such as Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, and Wiz Khalifa. All three of these artists have had a great influence on his life and music career. They showed him that no matter where you are from you can make it in this world by being yourself.

Being real and true to himself is what keeps him motivated. Losing his older brother to gang violence at the age of 13 is what made him really take music seriously, considering the fact that he was the first person to ever introduce him to a studio.

Nino Bandz was formerly was known as “Young Nino” but later changed when he started attending Florida A&M University. He didn’t want to be another rapped labeled as “Young” or “Lil”. With radio interviews, photoshoots and paid shows as the next step, content, and execution are his two main focuses. Now as his fan base continues to grow every day, Nino Bandz is working on a master plan. Get on the wave before it’s too late. This is only the beginning!

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