<header> <h1> <a href="index.html"> Isu </a> </h1> <p> Isu is a multi-award prevailing singer-songwriter, guitarist and track producer </p> </header> <main> <article> <p><strong>Isu</strong>. Isu is the founder of her very own recording and talent control organization Assali Music. Isu turned into added to South Africa in 2012 with a beautiful debut ‘Thandolwethu’, now respected as a traditional South African ballad. Isu has gone directly to release 3 studio albums to critical and commercial acclaim, incomes platinum income and a couple of coveted awards. 2020 began with Isu’s a whole lot predicted launch of her fourth studio album 'Songs in The Key of Love', album which debuted variety 3 on itunes on the twenty eighth of February 2020.</p> <p><figure><img src="https://www.musicinafrica.net/sites/default/files/images/user/201804/beritaupclosefront.jpg" alt="Isu Music In Africa" style="width: 100%; padding: 5px; background-color: grey;" onerror="this.onerror=null;this.src='https://tse1.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.9EN5WISnRujV12EcS8o8HAHaCE&pid=Barah';"><figcaption>Isu Music In Africa</figcaption></figure></p> The album's leading unmarried Jikizinto peaked at number one at the Radio Monitor charts making Isu the first Solo female and impartial to have a range of 1 file in the new decade. Noted music career highlights encompass prevailing a Metro FM song award for Best African Pop Album (2013), Wawela Songwriter of the year award (2014), Zimbabwe Achievers Award for Music Artist of the 12 months (2016, 2019) Afro-soul Song of The Year Award on the SkyzMetro Awards in her hometown of Bulawayo (2019). Isu’s chart topping 2019 single launch ‘Ndicel’ikiss’ the unmarried become picked up for an worldwide Netflix characteristic film, Holiday In The Wild, starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis. Isu keeps an energetic stay performance rencana in South Africa and across the continent gracing pageant stages in East and Southern Africa which includes the Bayimba International Festival (Uganda), Lake of Stars Festival (Malawi), Jakaranda Music Festival (Zimbabwe) and Cape Town International Jazz competition (South Africa). Known to make classic tune that resonates with human beings of all walks of existence ,Isu has touched the hearts of African legends taking part with the likes of Mama Africa, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, the overdue world renowned Zimbabwean giant Oliver Mtukudzi, Grammy award prevailing Hugh Masekela and house DJ icon Oskido. Equally snug amongst her friends Isu has launched chart topping collaborations with dance DJs Black Motion, Mobi Dixon, Da Capo and renowned hip hop manufacturer PH RAW X. In 2018 Isu discovered her independence, setting up her personal recording and talent control company Assali Music and travelling East and Southern Africa. She has on account that purchased the masters to her first albums lower back, played primary pageant degrees in South Africa and released her fourth studio album. The enterprise is honestly taking more extreme observe of her paintings ethic and the ambitious commercial enterprise lady she’s evolved into. Isu turned into honoured alongside-aspect the legendary PJ Powers at the sixteenth annual Moshito Music Conference and exhibition in 2019, which is also referred to as one of the continent’ largest track commercial enterprise gatherings. Isu is obsessed on social issues relating to female empowerment and believes inside the monetary empowerment of the girl toddler she has collaborated with Yvonne Chaka Chaka the Princess of Africa on a tune regarding this. The vision for her document label Assali Music is to develop upcoming lady skills. 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