Following the release of her heartfelt ballad “Take It Slow,” the sultry Bronx-born Afro-Latin singer/songwriter/model Isa highlights an internal love battle with her scandalous new video for her latest single “Good For Me.”
Directed by Chris Soto (co-director of Lil Mama’s “Work”), the video plays out (almost word for word) the song’s portrayal of a complicated romance, where Isa plays out the belief that if her beau can have his cake and eat it too, so can she.
“‘Good for Me‘ is the climax of the Opera I created ‘Mirrors’ Vol 1′ to be… the unraveling of my briefly touched on love story in “Take it Slow”. [It ] gives a perspective into the other side of relationships that is blatantly selfish and mischievous… Being honest and showcasing my truth will always be a huge priority within all of the art that I share, so it was important to me to bring those darker vibes to the forefront, while still providing a lesson/resolution to the dilemma at hand.”
“Good For Me” is the second single from Isa’s sophomore EP Mirrors Volume 1.
Watch the drama-filled story line play out below: