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Ya Za / Press

“Ya Za might be the most proactive, civic-minded musician in the whole damn city. Not only did she make the We Will Not Ignore: Songs in the Key of Humanity Haiti benefit album happen, but before the rain even stopped coming down on our fair city, she had already begun organizing a benefit for the victims of the Nashville flood. While the details are still being worked out, we're pretty confident that the end result will be just as powerful and invigorating as the music that she makes for herself.”

“Bipolar in Stereo” is a MUST have for DJ playlists across the globe. The single “Socialite”, is a party girl’s anthem, its simple and catchy melody along with its pop culture relativity, this song is sure be a club hit. The track “Bipolar” is a reflection of Ya Za's creative writing skil”

“The track , "Bipolar," is set to become a DJ favorite. It's a fun track with a great danceable rhythm. The vocals are pretty clear and not overdone (or over-processed) like some of the usual dance music out there. Hopefully,this will be an artist we will hear from for quite some time.”

“It's clear that she is a journeyed young woman on a serious, multifaced mission.Part of that mission is to give the middle finger to genre and bursting out of any boxes others may attempt to put her in..”

Shawn Whitsell - In the Streets

“despite what the title might imply — is a cohesive exploration of love and life in the 21st century, a digital age diary where swirling synths and booming drums are as much a part of the vocabulary as nouns and verbs. ”

Sean Maloney on "Bipolar in Stereo" - Nashville Scene

“Ya Za named one of Nashville's "10 Artist to watch in 2010"”

“Ya Za: Executive Producer of Haiti's EP”