“Excellent commercial music in the genres of Electro Pop and Indie Pop with a magic vocal -weisabel duma-, he will appeal to both her devoted fans and new listeners who first heard her voice in this track.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Прекрасная коммерческая музыка в жанрах Electro Pop и Indie Pop с волшебным вокалом -Isabel Dumaa-, он понравится как её преданным поклонникам, так и новым слушателям, которые впервые услышали её голос в этом треке. ”



Isabel Dumaa is primed to make waves in your favorite pop playlists. At 18 years old, the LA resident is making music with bright melodies that are both empowering and sensitive. For her first live gig she opened for Small Pools to a sold out crowd at The Roxy. Having already amassed 27.3k Tik Tok Followers and nearly 1 Million Likes, Isabel is prepping her debut singles. The first is "Call My Bluff".

"Call My Bluff" is a catchy pop track that pulls you in with its sweet melody and syncopated beats and gets you immediately in your feelings. Isabel's voice is direct and conversational; you want to hear what she is going to sing next. Dealing with a sense of not being good enough is universal.

As Isabel details:

"I write in cursive 'cause it makes me feel smarter," came to me one day after leaving school. I had left my computer at home and had to hand-write part of an essay, and I did so in cursive. I asked myself why I chose to write in cursive and looking at the writing, I realized it gave me a sense of distinctiveness and individuality, regardless of the words I put down. Even though I didn't feel confident in the essay, the cursive made it feel better. That idea became the basis for this song. Later that year, I moved to LA and found myself experiencing feelings of inferiority and doubt. Yet, I found myself doing little things or putting up different facades that would make me feel better about myself, or at least appear so. I wanted to write a song that encapsulated that feeling of imposter syndrome and conquering it.

A San Francisco native, Isabel Dumaa has been writing songs since 11 years old. She was raised on the greats like Billie Holiday, James Taylor, Carole King and Patsy Cline. This led her to Taylor Swift and Isabel has been writing songs ever since. Even before she was writing her own music, she was telling people she was going to be a rock star. As soon as she graduated high school, she moved out to LA to pursue her dream.

Her voice her primary instrument, Isabel started singing the moment she could speak. Over the years she has not only worked with professional vocal coaches but industry producers and songwriters, as well. During her years of study she also learned guitar, piano, and of course, the ukulele! Having a library's worth of songwriting under her belt, Isabel is ready to bring her music to your headphones.

Her rich vocals and solid pop sensibilities makes her songs personal and relatable. There's an undeniable comforting, conversational tone to her vocals that draws you in and keeps you there. She draws inspiration from R&B, Bedroom Pop, and even Folk and Jazz. Her individual style is sure to turn heads and add to her ever-growing fan base. Her cover of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero's "Home" 1.7 Million views. She also recorded three songs for PROTO, making her SXSW debut as a hologram with their technology that was featured this year in Austin.

The world is just getting to know Isabel Dumaa.