Bronx-Born Singer Isa Is In A Love Predicament On New Ballad, ‘Good For Me’

Following the release of her heartfelt ballad “Take It Slow” earlier this year, the sultry Bronx-born Afro-Latin singer, songwriter, and model Isa highlights an internal love battle with her fiery new single “Good For Me,” which details the candid internal struggle of having to choose between two lovers.

“What’s good for me?” she questions over and over on the chorus.

Isa explains, “Following through with the theme of Mirrors Volume I, I decided to be brutally honest with myself and face the situation in song as the story itself was unfolding in my life. It gives a perspective into the other side of relationships that is blatantly selfish and mischievous.”

Stream the sultry offering below:



Isa is set to perform at Uptown Soul Lounge in New York City on Friday, September 30. The show is free with an RSVP here.


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