The sultry Afro-Latin singer, songwriter, and model from The Bronx, Isa, has just released her long-awaited, deeply personal “Mirrors’ Volume 1” EP. Isa’s signature contemporary pop/soul are on full display on the new project, which serves as her long-awaited follow-up to her debut EP Montage which came out around three years back.
Included on “Mirrors Volume 1” are the previously released standout singles “Good for Me” and “Take it Slow”.
Isa had the following to add about the new EP:
“Mirrors Volume I was made and curated over the course of 3 years. It’s an introspective look into my experiences as a young woman during that time frame (learning to navigate the music industry without losing myself and my focus, being broke and financially unstable, tumultuous relationships, and the list goes on). I based it on the series of interviews Maria Callas did with Mike Wallace, of which she was very candid and ‘matter of fact’ when it came to speaking on her experiences. This was the approach I took when it came to songwriting for the EP. My background is in the Opera world and that was also a major construct in the development of the #MVI. There was a crystalline focus on vocals and lyrics”.