Category: Izzy Bizu

IZZY BIZU interview – Evening Standard, 9 Dec 2016

Like Dua Lipa and Anne-Marie, who lost out to Rag ‘n’ Bone Man for the BRIT Critics’ Choice award yesterday less than a week after being shortlisted, Izzy Bizu didn’t get much time to enjoy being in contention against Jack Garratt for the same prize a year ago. Now, after a year which the 22-year-old singer describes as “intense”, she’s… Read more →

IZZY BIZU, Hoxton Hall – Evening Standard, 26 Nov 2015

Izzy Bizu put on a timely concert last night, enjoying the tiny window between the BRITs Critics’ Choice shortlist being announced on Tuesday and her finding out whether she’s won it tomorrow. If the south Londoner already knew where she stands against Jack Garratt and Frances, she wasn’t letting on, but it seemed pointless to give her such a brief… Read more →

Virtually Famous: IZZY BIZU – Evening Standard, 26 June 2015

Among the hopeful up-and-comers at Brighton’s Great Escape festival last month, Izzy Bizu stood out in one the city’s gritty venues like a glass of champagne in a kebab shop. Half English, half Ethiopian, the south Londoner has the looks of a supermodel and a slinky soul voice honed by long periods of Winehouse worship as well as Ella Fitzgerald… Read more →