Ian Isiah Brings the Funk in New "Princess Pouty" Single

Another Chromeo-produced track off of ‘AUNTIE.’

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After spotlighting Brooklyn’s essential workers in his music video for “Loose Truth,” Ian Isiah returns with a funky new single titled “Princess Pouty.” The track, which oozes with fuzzy synths and a two-step groove, comes off of his upcoming Chromeo-produced AUNTIE project that is slated to drop at the end of August via Juliet Records.

The Thuan Tran-directed music video for “Princess Pouty” plays off of the art for the single. The Cody Critcheloe painting depicts the artist as a pouting clown, complete with painted red nose. Shot at Coney Island, the video captures Isiah dressed as a clown — more playful than scary — dancing and having fun on the boardwalk. Isiah channels 70’s funk, soul and disco into the new track, following the signature electro-funk of Chromeo. “Momma’s baby, Daddy’s maybe,” he sings in an ode to empowerment.

Check out the music video for “Princess Pouty” above or stream the single below. Expect the seven-track AUNTIE project to drop August 31.

In other news, Smino and Monte Booker have linked up for a new single titled “Backstage Pass.”

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