Charlotte Transplant, by way of Philadelphia Iso Zah, is reaching new heights in 2020. Fresh off the release of his “Honda” single he is ready to show the world that J. Cole and Da Baby are not the only rappers in North Carolina putting on for their city. His first full length project The Let Out is what put the young emcee on the map, and forced people to take him serious as a rapper. He quickly followed up with his summer EP Everybody Loves Summer that set the streets ablaze in the Carolina’s. What has allowed Iso Zah to generate so much buzz, is his dynamic and spirited stage presence that feeds right into his superstar demeanor.
His hard work is paying off in many ways in 2020. By staying consistent and honing in on his sound, he caught the attention of music hotshot Blac Youngsta. Youngsta who is currently on his Church On Sunday Tour, tapped Iso to join him for a couple of tour stops as he prepares for the southern leg of the tour. When asked about his experience being on the road with Youngsta the Charlotte native responded “My experience on this tour has been one I will never forget! It is my first tour and every show people like my music and I gain more fans. I’ve already met a lot of new people in the music industry. It is fun traveling to different places with my team. Performing is what I love to do, so the tour has been a time for me to shine and showcase my talent and energy.”
With a rapidly growing fanbase, Iso’s southern prowess is capturing the ears of people all over the world. What stands out the most about this rising rapper is his authentic sound. His southern prowess mixed with his conscious bars, creates a unique sound reminiscent of the new aged millennial rap sweeping the nation. He exclaimed to me that he loves to create different types of music. “I make a variety of music. I have songs for whatever mood you are in. Overall my original sound is unique and incomparable. It connects you with how I am feeling and makes people want to repeat what I am saying, exactly how I say it. Even the way I say my name “Iso”, people love to repeat it.”
As Iso Zah continues his rise to the top, be sure to tap in with him and press play on his latest single “Honda“. Follow his journey through music as he prepares for his set at SXSW next month.
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