Isaiah was born January 24, 1983 and is a native of Cincinnati, OH.
Isaiah studied voice as a vocal performance major at Central State University in Wilberforce, Oh. During his matriculation there, Isaiah soon became a highly acclaimed classical Baritone. He traveled all over the United States and the World with the Central State University Chorus. As the star baritone soloist he had the privilege to sing with The Cleveland Orchestra as well as The Dayton Philharmonic. Isaiah also toured Italy performing in Venice, Florence, and Rome with the Central State University Chorus.
In the summer of 2008, Isaiah's song entitled "Who You Are" was featured on Darwin Hobbs CD “FREE”. This was a pivotal moment in Isaiah’s life and career, his confidence as a songwriter was now solidified. He was also featured on the project vocally with his group Called II Worship. Isaiah had the added privilege to perform in Africa and in Jamaica twice with C2W. While singing with Called II Worship he also appeared on BET Bobby Jones Gospel and was later featured on the 40th Anniversary CD of The Rance Allen Group “The Live Experience II”.
In the summer of 2011 Isaiah had the honor of being chosen to be in the top 7 of BET’s Award Winning Gospel show “Sunday Best”.
Not long after “Sunday Best” he moved to Atlanta where he was invited to sing background on the 2014 Grammy, Dove, and Stellar Award winning CD “GRACE” by Tasha Cobbs. Currently he travels with the writer of the gospel smash hit “Praise is what I do” Bishop William Murphy III singing background and playing guitar. Isaiah is motivated to reach the world with his music. Isaiah has recently released his debut single “Burning Heart” and is sure to be a hit in the Christian community.
"This guitar is a gift from God. The tone that I was searching for I found it in Breedlove guitars! It's funny, I've been singing my entire life and I've only had my Breedlove guitar for 2 of those years, but now it's hard for me to imagine singing without the accompaniment of my Breedlove guitar." - Isaiah Freeman IV