Hailing from Atlanta’s Pittsburgh community, Bankroll Fresh has quickly become recognized as one of the city’s next hit makers. Although he grew up in the streets and experienced many of the ills that come with street life at a young age, Bank credits music as giving him direction and keeping him focused. “The music just came easy,” says Fresh. “So, I figured if I just focus on that it would lead to something positive.” While honing his craft, Bank watched and learned from family and friends who were active in the music business. After connecting with rap production heavyweights such as Zaytoven and D Rich, Fresh kicked into high gear, releasing records like “Show Em How to Do It” featuring Rich Homie Quan and “Bring the Things In” featuring Gucci Mane and Chief Keef. Both records provided the perfect momentum needed to launch the release of 2014’s Life Of A Hotboy mixtape. Featuring standouts like ESPN, produced by D Rich, and the breakout street single “Hot Boy,” produced by Cassius Clay, the release is making waves throughout the southeast region and has garnered attention from national news outlets such as The Washington Post.