Izellah is a vibrant young singer-songwriter from the sunny shores of Queensland’s Gold Coast. Following a musical theatre career, she played the role of Matilda in “Matilda the Musical”, in 2018 and then moved from stage to studio.
During 2018 & 2019, she made numerous trips to Los Angeles and New York, to work with some of the world’s best producers and writers for International giants such as Eminem, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Dua Lipa, Celine Dion and Kylie Minogue.
In early 2020 Izellah released “No Hard Feelings”, co-written with Larzz Principato of Dua Lipa, and in June released “Stop”,produced by Konstantin Kersting, producer of the Tones & I chart busting “Dance Monkey”.
Back home in Australia, the young lady appeared on three major TV networks, and in January 2020 Izellah became the first Australian to release an Indonesian language song, attracting enormous media attention throughout that country.
In 2020, Izellah was a finalist in the high profile Gold Coast Women of the Year Awards.
She was a finalist in the Teen section of Unsigned Only Music Competition 2020, the largest competition of its kind in the world, attracting 7,000 entries from 104 countries
Izellah co-wrote her new single, “Friends Like Her’s” with LA brothers Wesley & Keaton Stromberg. The song expresses the universal human need for friendship, especially relevant in these covid times. She collaborated online in both the writing and production of the song – the vocals were recorded in Australia and production in LA. The song definitely highlights Izellah’s vocal strengths.
This song written during quarantine, as I had some time away from everyone to reflect. I feel like this song can be so relatable to some of us and has such a powerful message behind it. After writing ‘Friends Like Hers’ in my home in Australia, I then got together with 2 producers from LA to record. It was recorded over a Zoom call, which was much different and new to what I would normally do. I hope this song will send more powerful message globally – Izellah