With his first single of 2020 ‘Perfume’ proving to be a huge success and quickly approaching half a million plays across Spotify and YouTube in just under four months, fast-rising Los Angeles based singer, songwriter and producer Isaiah Brown is back with his brand new single titled ‘Run’, in collaboration with Australian producer 808 Plug, taken from his forthcoming debut album due for release in the autumn.
Speaking about the inspiration behind ‘Run’, Isaiah Brown says, “I love how Travis Scott turns hip-hop psychedelic with his instrumentation and vocal compliments and his ‘Astroworld’ album is still one of my favorite of all time as a result. My track ‘Run’ is my interpretation of that psychedelic hip-hop style, but with more R&B tones instead of rap. Incorporating a voice full of raw emotion onto a well-crafted and trippy instrumental with ‘Run’ brings the listener to a new world, a world that many may have never experienced before.”
Thematically, Isaiah Brown adds, “If you find a love so strong that it blurs the line of reality, be careful you don’t lose yourself. I did, it broke me into pieces before I had the chance to escape, and that’s where the emotion in this record came from. If you can, when you listen to ‘Run’ for the first time, try to close your eyes and imagine yourself in isolation. Wherever you may be, just take a deep breath and feel whatever comes to you. Does it make you want to jump, cry, sing along, or run? Your reaction to this record very well could be your common reaction to love.”
Born and raised in a small community in Oregon, Isaiah Brown tapped into his creative and artistic sensibilities from a young age, and has been pursuing music since he was only 10-years old. Now 21 and residing in Los Angeles as an independent artist, Isaiah’s music can best be described as an exciting and infectious cocktail of R&B, pop, hip-hop and electronic music, and he already boasts nearly half a million plays under his belt, as well as collaborations with dance music and rap stalwarts like Bonnie x Clyde, Smokepurpp, Arius and James Kennedy, among others.