Who is Alex Isley ?
Alex Isley is an American singer-songwriter who was born on June 27, 1986, in Los Angeles, California. She comes from a family of musicians – her father is the legendary guitarist Ernie Isley, her mother is a singer, and her uncles are members of the iconic R&B group, The Isley Brothers. Growing up in a musical household, Alex was exposed to a wide range of musical genres, including jazz, R&B, and soul, which heavily influenced her musical style.
Alex began her music career as a backup singer for her brother’s band, The Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley. She later went on to perform with other notable musicians, such as Bilal, Raphael Saadiq, and Solange Knowles, before launching her solo career in 2012. Her debut EP, “The Love/Art Memoirs,” received critical acclaim and set the tone for her future releases.
What is Alex Isley known for?
Alex is known for her smooth and soulful voice, which is often compared to that of Erykah Badu and Sade. Her music is a unique blend of R&B, jazz, and soul, which she refers to as “genre-fluid.” She draws inspiration from her personal experiences and writes about love, relationships, and self-discovery.
Throughout her career, Alex has released several EPs and albums, including “Dreams in Analog” (2014), “Luxury” (2017), and “Wilton” (2019). Her music has been featured on popular TV shows such as “Insecure” and “The Chi,” and she has toured extensively, performing at venues and festivals across the United States.
In addition to her music career, Alex is also a visual artist and has created artwork for her album covers and merchandise. She has also collaborated with fashion brands such as Nike and Reebok, further showcasing her artistic versatility.
Alex Isley’s music has captivated audiences worldwide, and she continues to be a rising star in the music industry. With her unique sound and artistic vision, she is sure to leave a lasting impact on the music world for years to come.