Ray Isaac's Music sounds like droppin' a shot of Charlie Puth into a Calvin Harris Jagerbomb!
Ray Isaac is an Australian independent singer-songwriter-DJ with a knack for ear-worm melody, enticing lyrics and energetic instrumentals that will keep you dancing all night long! His co-written work with Bob Sinclair Feel The Vibe reached #1 on the Billboard Dance Charts and #22 on the Italy Pop Charts. Ray’s Ministry Of Sound debut single I Don’t Give A Damn reached #11 on the Aria Charts and following single U Want or U Don’t was #7 on the AIR charts. Multi-lingual collaboration with Ticli & Gas Universo reached #14 on the ITunes Italy charts. Ray’s music often celebrates Hollywood icons, demonstrated through recent Madonna remix package ‘Crazy For You’ and his pop parody Travolta Song which John Trovolta himself found “flattering”.
Isaac often uses his music to promote positivity. His beautiful ballad We Stand United (Pride Song) was written to pay homage to the victims of the tragic 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting. Anti-bullying anthem Who I Am was written following Ray’s belief that everyone “has the right to equality, to harmony and to a peaceful existence”. This message was shared by multiple anti-bullying campaigns around the world.
He has also found multitudes of success in the film industry, with his music video for Hiding winning 6 short film awards across the USA including 2 awards at the Blow-Up Chicago International Arthouse Film Festival and the Gold Award at the Hollywood Film Competition. Alongside making it into a plethora of shows across the CW Channel and many others, he found significant commercial success with a spot on the soundtrack of ‘Dancin’ It’s On’ starring Whitney Carson (So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars) and David Winters (West Side Story). He was recently selected to be a judge alongside Ronan Keating on Australian Game Show All Together Now, which has garnered significant attention in the UK and Australia.
Currently living between Australia and America, the multi-talented artist spends his time outside of the studio touring the world as a bellowed pop-DJ. Isaac’s pop house remixes and performance enthusiasm have the power to win over every crowd, spreading joy and positivity across the globe. Described by Time Out Magazine, as “a brilliant electro-pop vibe” that ignites ” his audience into a frenzy”. The magazine further endorsed Isaac by predicting that “soon the buzz surrounding Ray Isaac will become a roar!” and they couldn’t be further from the truth.
“Whether on the stereo or on the dancefloor, my music is an expression of my whole being and it’s taken me a long time to let go of the fear of sharing it with the world. I hope that my experiences will help heal people’s scars and show them they are special and worthy of happiness.” – Ray Isaac