After meeting Isaiah, they realized he had a gift.
"It started with him sending a few pages of writing," Tarah Acosta, Isaiah's mom, explained. "To us, it looked like just writing his feelings in a poem. But they were like, 'This boy has something in him. We have to figure out how to get this out.'"
So the organization contacted Phoenix rapper Trap House, who immediately connected with Isaiah. Together they turned Isaiah's emotion into a rap, selected a beat and came up with an amazing song.
"It's evolved into something bigger than I could imagine," Isaiah texted.
Isaiah, a student at Apollo High School, has now been on tour, performing his new song for the masses and receiving critical acclaim. He's met 50 Cent, Warren G, Babyface, legendary rapper Talib Kweli and even performed for Nick Cannon.
Despite the fanfare, his only focus is to inspire and help other children like him.
"I want them to not be afraid and have hope," he said.