ISA returns with rawness on acapella version of ‘Shy’

Hot on the heels of ‘Shy’, which gained the attention of various notable London-based fashion press publications, the acapella version of ISA’s latest single hits us with dense walls of multi-tracked vocals akin to the emotive style of Imogen Heap while parading Glee club-esque theatrics, both visually and aurally, as ISA breathes her vocal prowess into the rehash of the R&B-Pop bop. The now self-releasing artist demonstrates her freedom on this personal, liberating track; she explains the premise of ‘Shy’ below.

“I wrote the acapella version of Shy to convey a rawer side of the single – production is an intrinsic facet of my artistry and experimenting with vocal arrangements is something I’ve found to be a strength in my style of composition. A large part of my inspiration comes from the way R&B singer Brandy uniquely uses her voice as an instrument, creating various moods with her rhythm.”

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