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Isaiah [Stokes], was born July 10, 1980 and raised in Rochdale Village in Southside Jamaica Queens, New York. Stemming from birth, the soul inspired emcee that is the son of a Jazz musician and the grandson of a Blues player, had a passion for music. With his extensive musical background and passed down knowledge of the industry, Isaiah is now taking his gifts and flourishing through film and music.

In 1998, Isaiah started his college career at Delaware State University where he double majored in Accounting and Business Management with a concentration in finance and banking. While in college, his attention soon gravitated towards his inherited musical talents. While attending DSU, Isaiah created the campus first student organization dedicated to Hip Hop preservation entitled, "From Our Neighborhood To Yours (FONTY)". FONTY became a hit on campus. Banging parties, movie nights and freestyle fellowships, brought Isaiah's old neighborhood to a college campus- thirsty to engage in Hip Hop culture.

With his success on campus, the Queens native took that "esteem, to power his dream." He began to establish himself as a Hip Hop artist and released his first mixtape entitled "Like it or not Vol. I". The hit single, "I love you Isaiah", added to his stardom on the DSU campus. The song received airplay on both college and commercial radio stations in Delaware. After realizing his potential in the music industry, Isaiah left DSU and turned his brainchild FONTY into his own record label: FONTY Records. Shortly there after, his music career went into full gear. In 2002, Isaiah toured with legendary Jazz musician Donald Byrd. In 2003 through 2004, Isaiah entered multiple talent showcases including Jimmy's Uptown Café and Monday Night Madness with Maria Davis at the Soul Café. Isaiah also appeared on many mixtapes including Unsigned Underground, DJ Superstar Jay and DJ Self a.k.a. the prince of New York. His hustle didnt stop there.

His hit single "I love you Isaiah" continued to receive positive feedback from radio listeners. Based on the audiences response, Isaiah decided to release a video for the single, which he executive produced. The video debuted on Video Music Box with Ralph McDaniels and has played on the majority of locally broadcasted video shows throughout the country and can be viewed on Isaiah's second music video, "Pleasure's Paradise", played over 13 months in a row on BET's Uncut. Isaiah continues to succeed with his album courtesy of FONTY Records/Hennessy Cognac, "I love you Isaiah Volume 2: Like it or not".


Most recently Isaiah completed a new mixtape, "the Best of Isaiah Vol. 1", hosted by G Unit's own DJ Whoo Kid, while juggling his emerging acting career. Isaiah has principal roles in popular tv shows such as "Law & Order: SVU" and "Rescue Me" where he plays the role of 'the shooter' who murders Tommy's (Denis Leary) brother. Isaiah has appeared in several feature films including Camron's "Killa Season", 50 Cent's movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin'", and as one of the main characters in "City Teacher" featuring Alicia Keys' mom, Seria Joseph. With all of this being said, there is no doubt that Isaiah is definitely a future icon within the entertainment industry.


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