Artist premières music video shot in NMB

2017-05-03 06:01
Isaac Wilson. Photo:SUPPLIED

Isaac Wilson. Photo:SUPPLIED

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ISAAC Wilson, an upcoming rapper, producer and songwriter, premièred his new music video, which was filmed in Nelson Mandela Bay, during an event held at IBhayi Tshisanyama African Cuisine Restaurant in Motherwell NU2 last week Friday.

Wilson, who was born and bred in Port Elizabeth, started rapping and making beats in 2008 with friends while he was still in high school.

Back then he was known as IceOnTheMic.

He released two digital extended Plays (EPs) and got his first big break in the music industry in 2015 after his mixtape My Beak When Gone Yoko received massive appeal in the Eastern Cape.

He started taking his music career seriously and released a track called Levels which became a club anthem.

It is this track’s music video that was premièred last week Friday. The video was directed by EC filmmakers Loyiso Gwanya and Litha Moiyakhe.

Later Wilson released an EP called Levitation that catapulted his reach as he got positive feedback from fans around South Africa.

His debut album, Levitation: The Breakout Project, was released digitally on Monday, May 1.

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