Bishop Ivy has a sound that is in its own category: it’s strong, addictive, and is always backed by raw emotion.

Bishop has been making music since he was a young teen, known his organic approach with digital sounds, field recordings and electronica influences. Ivy started his music career as a 14-year-old street busker on the neighbourhood sidewalks of Boston. Now…the 20-year old has received raving reviews from giants like CLASH, Flaunt and Live Nation’s Ones To Watch and has amassed over 1.5 million streams for his music on Spotify alone.

This time around, he gives us “STAND UP” – a personal pump-up speech, pointing to the fact that he’s worth it.

Taking my path and I’m taking over It’s not an attack,
not sorry I won’t say this I won’t do that
It’s on my blood
It’s on my gut, if I had one

I think I might be worth fighting for
Like, like, like, like maybe I could stand up
I think I might be worth fighting for
Like, like, like, like maybe I should stand –

Bishop is an artist, but also a poet by nature. I think that’s what draws me and so many others to his music (especially his lyrics).


Ivy is set to end 2021 with great momentum, capitalizing on on a pair of fantastic releases. We can’t wait to see what the next few months has in store for him.

If you dig “STAND UP” I strongly urge you to check out Bishop’s full catalog, specifically “15” and “Tunnel Vision”… his range is on full display. Turn it up and enjoy!