Isaac Geralds has released his 9-tracked studio project entitled “Love And Heartbreak”. Isaac Geralds is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He happened to be a finalist at the prestigious MTN Project Fame. The singer who premiered his debut album on the 2nd of July is famed for hit singles such as Fall in Love (2017), This Christmas (2018), Shakara (2019) and Just Incase (2019). The US-based singer has had to organize an Instagram live listening party to some of his hit songs.
Isaac Geralds had expressed his hopes in a having a major breakthrough in the American market. “The truth is that my music is universal and so it was really a blessing for me to have such wide acceptance on this side of the world. I also started a collective called “Horns and Harmony” with amazing saxophonist Shola Iyiola and we have put up a couple of shows that have been sold out,” he sometime said. The singer who is a competent flag bearer of R&B, soul, swing and Afrobeats remains committed to his music career as he recognizes with his transition stage, he believes he’s still in a process of evolving. “Love and Heartbreak” is my first ever album after releasing a lot of singles. There’s music from before on the collection and new music. I’m still really just serving sweet mature music as always.” He said about this album.
The Love And Heartbreak album celebrates household names in collaborative tracks with Iceberg Slim, Tiwa Savage, Sound Sultan and Sound Iyke. The tracks range from ‘Wayolele’, ‘Ewaoluwa (wifey’s song)’, ‘Thank God For You’, ‘Fall In Love’, ‘Cross Your Mind’, ‘Mixed feelings’, ‘Ijebu Girl’ and ‘Just In Case’. Out of this list, favourites to the artiste could be Ewaoluwa and Thank God For You due to what he had to say; “Ewaoluwa and the one I wrote for her when she gave birth to our son, Jason Thank God for You are some of the songs on the album. Fatherhood has just made me appreciate the world a lot more, puts the burden of responsibility on me and gives me a broader view of life.”
The singer seems to be in top gear and has as far as thrown away his brakes with his closing remarks during his online interview; “My music has no boundaries and so in and out of Nigeria, my drive is the same, to get my music to the world as far as possible. The drive is just more intense.”