Isobel Beardshaw, better known as Izzy Bizu, is an English singer-songwriter signed to Epic Records. Bizu has garnered mainstream radio support from BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac and Phil Taggart and BBC Radio 1Xtra's Trevor Nelson. She has supported Coldplay, Sam Smith, Rudimental, and Foxes on their latest UK tours. In November 2015, Bizu was shortlisted for a Brit Critics' Choice award and longlisted for BBC's Sound of... 2016. She won the BBC Music Introducing Award at the 2016 ceremony. On 25 June 2016, Bizu performed on the Park Stage at the Glastonbury Festival.
|Birth name:||Isobel Beardshaw|
|Born:||April 28, 1994|
|Genres:||Soul, pop, R&B|
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About Izzy Bizu
English singer who began earning buzz after winning the ILUVLIVE Open Mic and releasing her debut EP, Coolbeanz, in 2013. She has since performed live on Later...with Jools Holland and toured with a number of big name acts, including Sam Smith and Jamie Cullum.
She grew up in South West London and was inspired by artists like Ella Fitzgerald.
The single from her Coolbeanz EP, "White Tiger" was chosen as DJ Zane Lowe's "Next Hype" in 2013.
Her father is English and her mother is Ethiopian.
She impressed Shahid Khan, also known as Naughty Boy, with her performance at the ILUVLIVE Open Mic.
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- English soul musicians
- People educated at Stamford High School, Lincolnshire
- Black British female singers
- English female singer-songwriters
- English soul singers
- Epic Records artists
- Singers from London