King Iso is a rapper from Omaha, Nebraska who went from struggling with homelessness to signing with Twisted Insane's Brainsick Muzik to finally falling out with the label and connecting with icon chopper rapper Tech N9ne. Years of focused hard work yielded a series of passionate mixtapes, including 2015's The Insanity Plea, and led to collaborations with bigger-name rappers.
King Iso was born into a military family in 1989, Iso moved around a great deal before arriving in Omaha, Nebraska at a very young age. He got to know about music earlier because his stepfather was always playing Hip hop collections while he was growing up and starting to deal with his own music at age 13. Inspired by the quick paced multi-syllabic styles of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and the West Coast chopper scene, Iso built up his quick and adaptable conveyance style at his early stage. His involvement in crime eventually resulted in jail time, and upon his release he grappled with homelessness, low-paying gigs, and trying to leave violent street life behind.
He first went by the stage name Reali-T, releasing the T-Virus mixtape in 2013 and then Project Iso later that year. Following the Project Iso mixtape, he adopted the moniker Iso and released a nonstop stream of music, including the multi-volume Different series as well as Venom and IKON, both released in 2014. He eventually began working with Twisted Insane's Brainsick Muzik label, which released his breakthrough 2015 mixtape, The Insanity Plea, a project so well received that it inspired the young rapper to officially change his name to King Iso. He released his second album Autophobia in the following year, 2016.
Following 2016's Autophobia, Iso developed tensions with Brainsick Muzik in part from difficult tours and interpersonal issues with Twisted Insane. On one of these tours, Iso was sought out by Tech N9ne, who came to a show in Kansas City on the recommendation of industry friends who had been buzzing about King Iso's talent. The two became friends and eventually collaborated on Tech's track "Bad JuJu," which appeared on his 2018 album, Planet. Tensions mounted between Brainsick Muzik and King Iso when rumors began circulating that Iso had clandestinely abandoned the label to sign with Tech N9ne's Strange Music. Though the rumors were false, they led to King Iso angrily cutting ties with Brainsick. 
He released his third album, Dementia, independently in the summer of 2018. This album features Strange Music Artists Tech N9ne and Rittz which is great because I can never get enough of them! If we’re already talking about Tech N9ne, its hard to miss the resemblance between Tech and Iso. They are both extremely fast rappers with sharp tongues. King Iso is poised to reach for Tech N9ne’s crown, with people already calling him “The New Tech N9ne”
King Iso Left Brainsick
Around Feb – 2018 King Iso chose to leave Brainsick and go independent.
Apparently King Iso scarcely got paid for the work, shows and beats that he was working on.
Those are the circumstances under which he dropped his third album Dementia (June 1st, 2018).