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Jessica Jolia - No Question

 

Phenomenal recording artist and humanitarian Jessica Jolia is making waves with her latest single release, "No Question". It's a beautiful and soulful song for true RnB lovers! "No Question" is now available on all digital streaming platforms. 

Synopsis: We live, we love, and sometimes we lose. The residue of heartbreak is often an impenetrable wall, protecting us more than we truly require, yet we take comfort in simply knowing it exists. Time goes by, healing happens, and eventually we feel good again. We are ourselves again. And then, out of the blue, here comes love...again.

Jessica Jolia, widely known for her versatility and multi-octave vocal range, is an American recording artist, songwriter, producer and humanitarian. Her debut single "Sometimes" was independently released and featured in the critically acclaimed film Sister Code, and went on to accumulate 1+ million streams. She has since performed on The Ellen Show and The Late Late Show, and has been featured in The Source, This Is RnB, The A&R Report, Rolling Soul Brazil and many other publications around the world.

Jessica has had the pleasure of recording, performing and touring with many award-winning artists, including Dr. Dre, T.I., Rita Ora, Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, The Chainsmokers, The Jonas Brothers, Johnny Gill, Eric Benet and many more. She is also the recipient of the 2020 SAMMIES Award for Best Singer/Songwriter, which recognizes Sacramento’s biggest and brightest in music.

As an advocate of music education, innovation and entrepreneurship, Jessica proudly serves as founder and owner of Dekada Records, an independent record label, and as a voting member of The Recording Academy. Her commitment to making positive, lasting contributions to her community and abroad has afforded her the opportunity to collaborate with various organizations, including Shriners Hospital, The Endometriosis Foundation of America, NAACP, In A Perfect World, and The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention.


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