Isoke leans heavily toward the underdog and is a proponent of what some label lowbrow. He advocates the belief that art and creativity do not necessarily have to be intellectual to be great. Lowbrow is not a lack of culture, it is culture; based on philosophy that debunks the supposed artistic superiority of those on the polar end of the creative spectrum, exposing and dismissing their ideological pretensions; also fully acknowledging the importance of their study.