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Jessica Jolia, widely known for her versatility and multi-octave vocal range, is an American recording artist, songwriter, producer and humanitarian. As a young, classically and contemporary trained instrumentalist, there was no question that what Jessica had was something very special. Her musical talents, passion and work ethic led her to earn scholarships to the famed Berklee College of Music and Oklahoma Christian University, the latter of which she chose to attend, where she furthered her studies as a student of the Classical Vocal Performance Bachelor of Arts Degree Program. She later went on to study Music Business, Music Production, and Media Communications at Full Sail University, and is currently pursuing an MBA from Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business.


Jessica’s debut single "Sometimes", independently released and featured in the critically acclaimed film

Sister Code, quickly attracted the attention of listeners across all platforms. Her stellar performances on The Ellen Show and the Late Late Show with James Corden have been written about and featured in The Source, This Is RnB, The A&R Report, Rolling Soul Brazil and many other publications worldwide. She has continued to hone her skills as a musician, pouring her love and passion for music into her career as an artist and songwriter.


Jessica is the recipient of the SAMMIES Award for Best Singer/Songwriter, which recognizes Sacramento’s biggest and brightest in music, and has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Grammy Award-winning hip-hop artists Dr. Dre and T.I. Harris. From Pop music’s hottest acts - Kylie Minogue, Meghan Trainor, The Jonas Brothers, Rita Ora, The Chainsmokers and Iggy Azalea, to the legendary Smokey Robinson, Earth Wind & Fire and Stevie Wonder, to R&B's finest - Teddy Riley, Faith Evans, New Edition, Kenny Lattimore, Johnny Gill and Eric Benet, Jessica has performed to sold out stadiums, festivals and arenas across the globe. 

Jessica's recent releases have consistently grabbed the ears of top curators, DJs, and program directors across the country, landing placements on major FM stations, mixtapes, and on Apple Music, Audiomack, Amazon, Spotify, and SoundCloud editorial playlists. With over 150 million streams to her credit, the music industry and fans alike are abuzz with excitement for the release of Jessica's forthcoming self-titled debut effort, which showcases her unique style, effortless execution, and infectious vibe.

Artists similar to Jessica Jolia, who is known for her soulful R&B sound, include Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., Ella Mai, Snoh Aalegra, Sabrina Claudio, Kiana Ledé, Victoria Monét, Ari Lennox, Nao, and Mahalia. These artists are known for their soulful vocals, contemporary R&B sound, and meaningful lyrics, similar to Jessica Jolia’s style.

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