Artist info

Genre

Pop


Tags

pop-r&b


Sounds like

Jhené Aiko, SZA, Kehlani, H.E.R.


Influences

Jhené Aiko, SZA, Kehlani, H.E.R.


Website

Bio

Egyptian born and NZ/Australian raised artist Isadora is cementing her place in the Australian music scene. Creating a fusion of R&B and Pop with elements of jazz, soul and rock, her music is as varied and unique as her cultural upbringing.

Being raised amongst musical pioneers and strong women, Isadora’s lyrical themes speak of untouchable confidence, self love and tendency to speak her mind with no care for controversy or consequence. Her honesty and integrity speak of new age feminism crossed with emotional vulnerability and is manifested into edgy, R&B tracks unexpectedly crossed with ethereal harmonic twists and transportive lyrical turns. Her music is reminiscent of R&B heavyweights SZA, Jhene Aiko and Khelani.

Having spent years writing, working and recording with producers around the world, Isadora is releasing her long awaited single ’Fake Nice’. ‘Fake Nice’ produced by Andy Butler and co-written alongside Leighton Cauchi, sets the scene for Isadora’s lyrically and sonically powerful music as she tackles views on deceit and manipulation in the music industry within the indulgent R&B Pop track.

“'Fake Nice' is about the manipulation you find in the music industry and the people who smile at you, act like they are a supporter, but really it's all a front. It can be extended to manipulation and double sidedness in all areas of life; friendships, romantic relationships etc. The moral is pretty much having your own back and not relying on anyone else”, Isadora explains.

With such a strong debut track, Isadora is setting her sights on success, with more music and debut live shows in the mix for 2019.

Review

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

26 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

Agree with Dave! You stay right in that sweet spot throughout this whole song and it's drawing me in closer with each listen. Silky as

Agree with Dave! You stay right in that sweet spot throughout this whole song and it's drawing me in closer with each listen. Silky as

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

09 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

This remains elegant and languid, never stretching too far from its perch, but nonetheless drawing you ever nearer with this transfixing pull. It sounds like I've just described a fancy cat that's purring for a pat but I promise I'm talking about the song.

This remains elegant and languid, never stretching too far from its perch, but nonetheless drawing you ever nearer with this transfixing pull. It sounds like I've just described a fancy cat that's purring for a pat but I promise I'm talking about the song.