Montreal, QC-based pop/ funk singer Izabelle has released her new single, “Self-Talk Session“, in both English and French. The single is from her album, Version 2.0, and features legendary local musicians lead by musical director Alexandre Lapointe (The Brooks) who co-wrote and played bass, Gautier Marinof, recording and mixing (Simple Plan, Céline Dion, Corey Hart, Marc Dupré), Pierre-Luc Rioux on guitar (David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Sia), Daniel Thouin on keyboards (Yann Perreau, Fred Fortin, Mara Tremblay), Maxime Bellavance on drums (Beat Market, Chiild, Ariane Moffat) and Alan Prater as a vocal coach (The Brooks, Valaire, Michael Jackson).
Wanting to “write a song to myself, to tell me to stop overthinking what people think, stop overworking, stop putting so much pressure on my physical appearance”, the tune celebrates that we’re all different, we’re all worthy, and we’re enough. “I wanted to make a statement about it so that I could start to believe it.”
Check out the videoes for both versions below, and stay up to date with Izabelle via her socials.
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SEPTEMBER 24 – TROIS-RIVIÈRES – Archibald
OCTOBER 9 – LIVE VIRTUAL CONCERT – White Box Play
OCTOBER 24 – DRUMMONDVILLE – L’Établi
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