Isaac Kalule, better known as Revbwoy, was born on August 22, 2000, in Kampala, Uganda. Later, he moved to Canada to pursue both his studies and a new life, and he has emerged as a prominent Ugandan Canadian artist, songwriter, and producer based in Toronto.
Revbwoy’s musical journey began with the release of his first single, “Mulala.” His artistic palette includes Afrobeat, Zouk, Dancehall, Afro-pop, and R&B, capturing the attention and admiration of music fans all over the world.
In response to current global challenges, Revbwoy demonstrated his versatility by collaborating on the track “Corona Virus,” demonstrating his ability to not only navigate the complexities of music but also engage with current issues. The release of “Ku Low,” a single that firmly established Revbwoy’s position in the dynamic music scene, in the year 2020 marked another landmark.
In 2021, he paid tribute to Ugandan comedian Ann Kansiime with “Kansiime,” a song that showcased his appreciation for various art forms. Revbwoy’s musical journey begins with his formative years in Uganda, where the church choir nurtured his passion and talent.
Aside from the studio, Revbwoy has performed at major festivals and shows such as Afro Fest Toronto and the Bagamoyo Festival in Tanzania, where he performed for Tanzania’s Prime Minister. Revbwoy has consistently demonstrated his dynamic stage presence, sharing the stage with Uganda’s legendary artist, Jose Chameleon, and participating in the Ahfomad Festival in Vancouver.
When Revbwoy moved to Canada in 2018, he seamlessly incorporated his multicultural surroundings into his artistic expression. His upcoming EP, due out in September, promises to showcase seven tracks that encompass the full range of his musical abilities.
Revbwoy’s journey from Uganda’s church choir to Toronto’s thriving music scene reflects a fusion of cultural influences, underpinned by an unwavering commitment to creating music that speaks to a global audience. Revbwoy invites listeners into a transcendent musical experience with each composition, embodying the harmonious blend of his Ugandan roots and Canadian endeavours.