Ray Isaac's Music sounds like droppin' a shot of Charlie Puth into a Calvin Harris Jagerbomb!
RAY ISAAC'S MUSIC SOUNDS LIKE DROPPIN' A SHOT OF CHARLIE PUTH INTO A CALVIN HARRIS JAGERBOMB!
Australian Pop Artist, Ray Isaac, is an independent Singer-Songwriter-DJ with intoxicating lyrics and an insanely energetic performance style. He has co-written and released music with Bob Sinclar (Number 1 on the Billboard Dance Charts and #23 on Italy Pop charts), Robbie Rivera and many more.
Ray is currently a a Judge on the Australian Singing Game Show 'All Together Now' Alongside Ronan Keating and a panel of 100 Judges. The show is a huge success in UK and Australia airing Sunday nights on Channel 7. Ray's debut single ‘I Don’t Give A Damn’ (Universal Ministry Of Sound) was number 11 on the Aria charts. His next single “U Want or U Don’t” was number 7 on the AIR Charts. His third single “Who I Am” an empowering ballad about being free and fighting for equality is used for AntiBully & Equality campaigns around the globe. Ray’s latest single 'Travolta' is a disco pop parody which was endorsed by John Travolta who said he was 'flattered' by the song!
Ray’s music Is featured in various films in the US such as the mega dance film ‘Dancin’ Its On' Starring Witney Carson written and directed by the original ‘West Side Story’ actor, David Winters. Ray has his music featured in movies and TV Shows on the CW channel and more.
His controversial Music Video 'Hiding' won 6 Short Film awards around the USA and is featured on many websites and online blogs. This Year, Ray released his Pride Song 'We Stand United' in memory of the Orlando victims who lost their lives. And he also released a multilingual song with Italian Producers, Ticli & Gas, 'Universo' which has gone to number 14 on iTunes Italy.
When he’s not busy in the recording studio or performing at an exclusive function, Ray is investing his love as a Pop DJ, touring the worlds top bars and clubs. Ray acts up to the audience by seducing them with Pop House Remixes saturated with tribal undertones in brooding arrangements which hark back to the day of hands-in-the-air fanfare.
“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,” Ray says. “I hope that my experiences will help heal peoples scars and show them they are special and worthy of happiness.”
His success is built on his ability to combine, as illustrated by Time Out Magazine, a brilliant ‘electro retro-pop’ vibe to ignite his audience into a frenzy. Soon the buzz surrounding Ray Isaac will become a roar!!