Photo Credit: Malcolm Roberson
(Hollywood, CA) — Issac Ryan Brown, co-star of Disney Channel’s hit comedy series Raven’s Home and talented singer and rap artist, premieres his latest single “B.F.F.” Friday across Disney’s online platforms. The song is also available on Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal.
The bubbly, pop song produced by K Young and Lytebright is a teenage summer anthem for best friends. “‘B.F.F.’ is really a feel good song,” Issac says. “Everybody has a BFF nowadays. It’s really just about chillin’ with your best friend and what you go through.” Malcolm Roberson directed the music video that features Issac and 12-year-old fashion designer Kheris Rogers. The clip captures a young adult Issac reflecting on good times with his childhood bestie who are shown in class, hiking, at an arcade and birthday party.
Issac enjoyed having Kheris portray his best friend. “Very talented young lady,” Issac says about Kheris, who at 11 in 2017 became the youngest designer to show her work, her Flexin’ In My Complexion line, at New York Fashion Week. “She’s really doing her thing. I’m very proud of her.”
The contrast between “B.F.F.” and Issac’s last release, the hip hop track “Goin’ In” was intentional, according to Issac. “My last song was a very hardcore, kinda trap-sounding song and so now I have a little pop to balance it out,” he says.
Issac is also keeping busy with his role as Booker on Raven’s Home, starring Raven Symone. Season 3 debuts Monday, June 17, and will feature significantly more music than previous seasons. “We have a whole 10 episode arch about our new group Chi-lectives,” Issac explains. “So you can expect a lot of laughs; a lot of fun, and definitely whole lot more trouble.” The Chi-lectives includes Booker, Nia (Navia Robinson) and Tess (Sky Katz) with Levi (Jason Maybaum) serving as their video director.
About Issac Ryan Brown
Originally from Detroit, Issac Ryan Brown got his big break at the age of six when he auditioned for America’s Got Talent and Howie Mandel labeled him a “superstar.” Since then, Issac has traveled between home and Los Angeles consistently working in film, television, commercials, and voiceovers.
Issac has recurred on shows such as Blackish and How To Get Away with Murder. His voiceover credits include Bubble Guppies and Miles from Tomorrowland. Issac’s film credits include Clarence Joseph in the feature film Believe and Shawnte in Halle Berry’s film Kings. Currently, you can see Issac starring as a series regular on Disney Channel’s hit series, Raven’s Home alongside Raven Symone as her son, Booker.