ENFNTSTERRIBLES

12 Jun
Music

INTERVIEW: Isaiah About Feature Plans, Covers and His Eyebrows

A few weeks ago, Australian artist and upcoming super star Isaiah stopped by in Belgium for a day. He was doing a European promo tour after finishing the Eurovision Song Contest, where he ended in the top 10. When we heard he would be visiting Brussels for this promo tour, we couldn’t help but feel like we should do something with the singer. So we did!

After finishing our editorial shoot with Isaiah, we sat down to have a little chat. We talked about future plans, artists who inspire him and doing covers. Beyoncé’s Halo is one of his favorites to cover, so we asked him to do a little acapella version of the song. You can listen to Isaiah’s acapella version of Halo by Beyoncé HERE. He also talked to us about the Eurovision Song Contest, his biggest support in life and so on. His friends and team are a few of the people who push him to do the best he can. As a singer and artist, he loves to listen to a bunch of music genres. But he would describe his own style as R&B, very soul and bit of pop.

Click the featured image on top to watch the full interview! Also, have a look at the exclusive fashion editorial we did with Isaiah.

Photo credits: Elien Jansen for ENFNTS TERRIBLES

 

 

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