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IISMA And Gwendolyn Collins Create An Uplifting Single That Is Bound To Make You Feel, “Superhuman”

Artist and singer-songwriter IISMA developed his love for music from a very young age. Moving from Puerto Rico to the USA early on, he became enamored with the R&B/Soul music scene and quickly found his niche. This multi-faceted star has been writing and recording music for over ten years now and is not stopping anytime soon.

Now, let's take a deeper look at IISMA's incredibly intricate and inspiring track, "SUPERHUMAN," feat. Gwendolyn Collins. He opens the scene with a sultry acoustic jazz-style guitar and playful keys, gently guiding the listener into the track. A groovy bassline and intricate drum groove enter the picture along with IISMA's captivatingly sultry and buttery vocal tone.

We are immediately captivated by IISMA's vocal performance. It feels effortless, with his buttery, sultry tone floating across the sonic landscape with ease and prowess only displayed by someone who has spent years honing in on his craft. His smooth runs entice the listener while he sings of emotional, meaningful messages that tug at our heartstrings.

We are graced with the vocal stylings of guest songstress Gwendolyn Collins throughout the track. IISMA's vocals blend flawlessly with Gwendolyn Collins' luscious and soft tone. The pair of them lull us into a trance-like state, and we couldn't be happier about it.

Throughout the track, IISMA sings out messages of hope and empowerment even in the darkest of times. His lyrics are inspiring, passionate, extremely relatable, sure to resonate with any listener.

He ends the track with these final, uplifting sentiments:

"If you ever feel you're about the fail,

When everything is going so wrong,

I encourage you to keep reminding yourself

We are superhuman."

Go and show IISMA some love on his captivatingly beautiful track, "SUPERHUMAN" feat. Gwendolyn Collins is available on all streaming platforms.

Welcome back to BuzzMusic, IISMA! We are so happy to have you here, this time around, celebrating the outstanding EP, "SUPERHUMAN." This EP is extremely personal. Was it tough to share such heartfelt and vulnerable moments with listeners?

Thank you for having me back! I have been working on this project for about ten years now, and it has definitely changed a lot from then to now. I can say I base a lot of my writing on personal experiences and also things I see others go through. I think as tough as it is to share what you create, especially when it comes from a vulnerable place, It is also very freeing.

Can you tell us a bit about the recording process for the project? Did you face any challenges or setbacks while trying to record "SUPERHUMAN"?

So, as I stated, "SUPERHUMAN" was recorded within a span of 10 years, so a part of why it took me so long was definitely due to challenges, some were personal, I had to come to a point where I can have the confidence to even share my material. I needed this project to sound the way I envisioned it because it is a part of who I am. It is my craft, so it was very important to create something that I would ultimately be satisfied with, other challenges were out of my control, but this is the journey; it is a rollercoaster ride tied in with so much beauty.

Your love and passion for music and performing are extremely apparent in your music. Do you remember where your love for music all began?

Music has been a great part of my life. I come from a very musical family. When I was growing up in Puerto Rico, my fondest memories were always around the holidays. We would have parties. Family members would play instruments, and others would sing. I remember going to houses with pots and pans and singing Puerto Rican Christmas songs. These memories kept me feeling so complete.

Did you have a specific idea in mind of you who hoped this project would resonate with the most? What do you hope listeners will take away from the EP while hearing it for the first time?

I want people to understand that no matter what you are going through, even in your darkest moments, we are so much more than what we see with our human eyes. I was not in my greatest spirits writing these songs, but even then, I understood I had a bigger purpose. I hope to help others really understand the beauty we possess within.

What's next for you?

I just released "SUPERHUMAN" on February 14th, so I'm definitely going to ride this one out for a while, but in the meantime, I'm also working on different projects, collaborations, writing for other talented artists, and a Spanish project in the near future as well. I wanna keep busy doing what fulfills me most.

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