Artiste on the Rise : Yola Moi

The Jamaican Music Industry has been getting a lot of attention worldwide due to some of our very talented artistes. This year Music powerhouse Tessanne Chin made her musical debut on "The Voice" and was well received worldwide. The Jamaican music industry is becoming dominated by females. Today, Haute people introduces Artiste on the Rise "Yola Moi" , when she is not kicking it in Martial Arts , she is kicking it on the tracks.

H.P: What Inspired you to get into Music?
Y.M: I've always had a passion for performing and entertaining, whether it be, singing or dancing, and I've always known that nothing would give me greater pleasure than making music that people could relate to, and selling that music by delivering fully loaded performances through which people can connect with me and my music.

H.P: How would you describe your sound?
Y.M: Honestly, there is not just one description for my sound, I have many different sounds. I've done songs in a variety of genres; reggae, dance hall, dub step, pop, R&B. You might hear me just singing on a reggae/pop/r&b track and then you might hear me deejaying on a dance hall/reggae track even on a pop track, i just love to mix it up, so you never know what i might come with next. For now though, look out for all dance hall, all reggae, might just surprise you with a pop, but as I say you'll never know.

H.P:What would you say is the one thing that sets you apart from other upcoming Female Artistes?
Y.M: I would say apart from the fact that I record many different genres of songs, I believe that when it comes to performing, I will make that triangular connection between three parties: the audience, the music and myself, the artist. I feel it's important for the audience to feel you, through the music; if I'm happy, they're happy, if I'm sad, they're sad, if I'm in a dancing vibe, i make them wanna dance. It's all about the control of emotion, being able being able to turn somebody's bad day into a good evening and that is truly what making music is about.

H.P: What is the one thing you could see yourself doing for the rest of your life?
Y.M: Well obviously performing is the one thing I would love to do for the rest of my life.

H.P: Finish the sentence ...." I cannot live without my ...
Y.M: I cannot live without my phone. It's loaded with music, has a camera and connection to my loved ones, three most important things for me.

H.P: Any upcoming Projects?
Y.M:Yes, definitely, i have a collaboration with Busy Signal, dropping hopefully by next week, so everyone should look out for that. The song is called "NUH WINE DISCRETE" one of the dancehall songs i said you should look out for, definitely gonna hear me spitting some lyrics in this. Mahd Mahd Ting! and you know Busy always on top of his game.

H.P:Where can fans find your music
Y:M:You can find my music at

Also follow me on instagram and twitter@yolamoimuzik

*Photos are the Property of Yola Moi and should not be duplicated without permission*


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