Jessica Jolia is a recording artist, songwriter, producer and humanitarian. As a young, self-taught pianist and classical and contemporary woodwind instrumentalist, there was no question that Jessica had 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 in the Classical Vocal Performance Bachelor of Arts Degree Program. Jessica has continued to hone her skills as a musician, pouring her love and passion for music into her career as a singer and songwriter. She 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 like Meghan Trainor, The Jonas Brothers, Rita Ora, The Chainsmokers, Jordan McGraw and Bebe Rexha, to R&B Legends Smokey Robinson and Earth Wind & Fire, to 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 debut single "Sometimes" was independently released and featured in the 2015 film Sister Code. Her critically acclaimed performances on the highly rated television shows including 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 countless other publications worldwide. In July 2017, Jessica released the bass-driven club anthem "Want You" (Rhythm Section Entertainment) which achieved international success after being featured in a CIN&CIN Polish ad campaign and landing a spot on the iTunes Top 100 chart. The following year, Jessica released two singles; "Noise" – a West Coast Hip-Hop anthem that pays homage to her hometown and “Good Stuff”, featuring J. Ali and produced by Grammy Award-winner Jonathan Richmond, described by many as a summertime feel-good song reminiscent of the timeless music of the Motown era. Jessica is also featured on Lin Rountree’s 2018 single “Something More” from the album Stronger Still. Penning the only vocal track on the album, she is also credited as vocal producer and recording engineer. This year, Jessica was nominated for the coveted SAMMIES award which recognizes the talented bands, songwriters, emcees, DJs and others in the Sacramento music scene and with more than 40,000 votes cast in a number of categories, she was voted the 2020 SAMMIES Best Singer/Songwriter award winner!
Jessica is currently working on the release of her highly anticipated, self-titled solo debut. The album is sure to captivate the music industry and fans alike, showcasing her unique writing and composition style, effortless execution, versatility and five octave vocal range.