I'm sitting down with Jessica Jolia who is an American recording artist, songwriter, producer, and humanitarian. Her debut single "Sometimes", independently released and featured in the critically acclaimed film Sister Code quickly attracted the attention of listeners across all platforms. Jessica is the recipient of the 2020 SAMMIES Award for Best Singer/Songwriter and has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Dr. Dre and T.I. Ha
California native Jessica Jolia brings us some sunshine on New Years Day. In her latest single "Hold Me Close" she declares that she is abandoning her past and starting a new life with a new love. Jolia is the owner of the independent label Dekada Records. She became famous as an advocate of music education, innovation and entrepreneurship. She cooperates with social organizations such as In A Perfect World and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Read more here...
Music has been a part of me for as long as I can remember. From singing to my dolls at age two, to teaching myself how to play “Flashlight” by Parliament at ten, to arranging my first instrumental piece at twelve, I can honestly say that music is equal parts who I am and what I do. Over the past several years, I’ve been blessed to work with many talented artists, songwriters, and creatives alike, from Eric Benet to Lyle Lovett to Meghan Trainor, just to name a few. Most recen
Today we’d like to introduce you to Jessica Jolia. Hi Jessica, so excited to have you on the platform. So before we get into questions about your work-life, maybe you can bring our readers up to speed on your story and how you got to where you are today? For me, music is something that’s been a part of what makes me who I am long before I was born. I come from a musical family; my maternal grandparents played various instruments; my paternal grandmother and her siblings were
California-based artist Jessica Jolia serves a bit of audible sunshine to kick off the New Year. On her latest single “Hold Me Close,” the singer/songwriter/humanitarian declares she’s letting go of her past and starting over with new love. Over the vibrant, Afropop-style track she sings, “Ain't no lookin' back, just new beginnings / I know that I made some bad decisions / I done done some things far from forgiven / Ooh, and I'm okay with it / 'Cause you see beyond my imperfe