I’m Isaac, a singer and songwriter from Portsmouth in England. For a couple of years I have been holed-up in various recording studios, writing and producing demos, with varying degrees of success.
I started my musical career learning the piano from the age of 7 and then won a choral scholarship at Chichester Cathedral. I was made Head Chorister in my final year at The Prebendal School and went on to enter and ultimately win the BBC Radio 2 Chorister of the year competition in 2012.
The achievement launched me into an amazing year full of experiences from singing in front of a full house at The Royal Albert Hall in Karl Jenkins’ Armed Man to singing for ex-Prime Minister David Cameron at Number 10 Downing Street.
My taste in music is what you might call organic. I constantly look to broaden my vision and am not afraid to step outside of the box from time to time to explore new sounds.
In 2014 I decided I was gong to put myself ‘out there’ and applied to audition for Britains Got Talent. I got a positive response and the ball started rolling. Having made it through the initial auditions, I then made it to the live semi-finals and then to the grand final, finishing 5th overall. Not a bad result, I thought, but then the big news came – Simon Cowell had made the decision to offer me a development deal with SYCO music and the possibility of a recording contract.
Two years down the line and I am about to part company with SYCO to explore new opportunities and develop my writing skills.