|Birth name||Issac James Dunbar|
|Born||March 17, 2003|
|Genres||Pop · indie-pop|
|Occupation(s)||singer · songwriter · producer|
Issac James Dunbar (born March 17th, 2003) is an American indie-pop singer/songwriter and a producer from Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Dunbar had passion for music ever since young age. He posted a cover on YouTube of him singing Christina Aguilera's hit song 'Beautiful' when he was very young, but it was around when he was 14 where he started gaining popularity for his musical abilities. In 2017, he collabed with a local artist to create his first song, "HOME" through SoundCloud. Throughout his childhood, Isaac was learning how to use Logic Pro X, a music producing program which led him to write his own songs and produce them. He started posting these songs to the online platform SoundCloud where he referred to himself under the stage name "boy isaac", "isaac" or "isaac james". During this time, he released songs like "Without You", "Vintage Sweater", "Birthday", "Poppies" and his unreleased extended play "Academicism" which consisted of three tracks; "God", "Suicide/Age" and "I Couldn't Say Goodbye". Isaac's SoundCloud popularity peaked when he released tracks such as "woman on the hills" or "The World And All Her Pearls", which was originally named "even though i make music i cant get anyone i want."
In early September 2018, Isaac announced he would be releasing his first official single, Freshman Year. The song was released along with his first music video. In early November, Isaac revealed the release date for blonde, his second official single, was November 14th, 2018. Although it was just now getting an official release, two demos of the song had been posted earlier on Isaac's SoundCloud account. In December, Isaac revealed he would be releasing an EP in the spring and that Freshman Year would not be featured on the extended play. On January 8th, 2019, Isaac revealed his third single overall and second single to his EP, mime, would be released on January 29th, 2019 with a music video.
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