Jessica Jolia is an American recording artist, songwriter, musician and educator. Her debut single "Sometimes" was independently released and featured in the 2015 film Sister Code starring Amber Rose, Eva Marcille and Drew Sidora, and later featured on Spotify's Top Tracks of 2016 "Fire Emoji" curated playlist. Jessica 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.
In July 2017, Jessica released the bass-driven club anthem "Want You" (Rhythm Section Entertainment). The single climbed to international success after being featured in a CIN&CIN Polish ad campaign, quickly landing a spot on the iTunes Top 100 R&B charts. In 2018, Jessica released two singles - "Noise" (N.I.P. Productions), a West Coast Hip-Hop anthem that pays homage to her hometown in Sacramento, CA and “Good Stuff” (Grammy Award-Winner Jonathan Richmond), a summertime feel-good song reminiscent of the timeless music of the Motown era. The song features Long Beach, CA native artist and songwriter, J. Ali.
Jessica is also featured on Lin Rountree’s 2018 single “Something More” from the album Stronger Still. The song tells of a love that is meaningful in many ways, yet lacks that special kind of magic we often crave. Penning the only vocal track on the album, she is also credited as vocal producer and recording engineer.
Jessica has had the pleasure of recording, performing and touring with many award-winning artists including Dr. Dre, Rita Ora, Meghan Trainor, Iggy Azalea, The Chainsmokers, Bryce Vine, Goapele, Eric Benet, Faith Evans, Earth Wind & Fire, Jeffrey Osborne, Karyn White, Chico DeBarge, Alexander O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, Lyle Lovett, Kenny Lattimore, Johnny Gill, New Edition and Kelly Price. Her music is a reflection of her personal and professional experiences and travels, unified by an underlying theme of vulnerability, strength and love.