Isael Arroyo or better known as “Issa Messiah” is an upcoming American rapper, singer or song writer. Issa Messiah is based in a small town called Carson City Located in Nevada. He first started making music at the age of 8 in his cousins bedroom. They would play around at first but Issa really grew a liking towards making music. As Issa Messiah got older he started investing in music equipment and then at the age of 15 he decided to drop his first song “Cause I never listen” on Soundcloud.
1. Can you tell our readers about what really inspired you to write music?
The thing that inspired me to make was listening to Kid Cudi and Joey Badass. When I was younger I would listen to these artists a lot because their music is something I felt like I related to. And after listening to them so much, I wanted to become the person that youth or anyone can relate to.
2. When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?
I realized this at a very young age. Music is something that was always a part of me. My whole family makes music, so it was something that I was bound to do.
3. Tell us what is so unique about you and your music?
A few things that can make my music stand out from other artists is my flow and my vocals. I can make a song where it sounds like it’ll just be me flowing and rapping but then I switch up the song by showing of my vocals. I also have a very versatile flow I never just stick to one thing on any song. And some of the things I say on my songs can be very mind opening.
4. Can you tell us about your latest releases and what inspired you to create them?
My latest release is called “Lost In Time” and you can find it on my SoundCloud. The main thing that inspired me to create this song was the fact that I felt like I was losing track of time and myself. In the song I talk about losing myself due to certain things in my life. And I also show 2 very artistic sides of me which included my rapping and singing. So when you listen to the song, my goal is to bring attention to my style of music and how versatile I am with my words.
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