Multifaceted Artist, Yaysh, is the living, breathing embodiment of Yin/Yang as she electrifies listeners with her dauntless energy throughout her latest single release, “Daep”. As a gutsy ball of fire who is creating a life full of magic and ridding of any situation that makes her feel stagnant, Yaysh is a thought-leader who lyrically bares her soul in a way that demands attention. Grammy-Award winning Producer, Troy R8dio Johnson, enhanced Yaysh’s flair and the hypnotic beat that adds to the element of lust and hunger throughout “Daep” morphs the track into a dynamic mix that appeals to a variety of genres including Hip-Hop, Pop, Electronic and R&B. Challenging both her relationship with the world around her and the abysmal world that she has developed within herself, Yaysh is an example of a musician who has emerged from the ashes with a new awareness of her boundless personal power that is an attribute of the serenity that comes from leading from the heart with a clean emotional slate.
Yaysh is both a flawed mosaic and sacred space. Between her unattached sexual fluidity that is felt and her level of confidence that inspires listeners to shamelessly be and exist exactly as they desire, the rising artist casts a spell throughout “Daep” that propels her forward to a new frontier. Prioritizing both her inner and outer goals, Yaysh has lit the flame of passion and is traveling down a very promising road. “Daep” is a banger that highlights Yaysh’s creative ecosystem that is abounding with both chromatic components and a magnetic balance of darkness and light. If you’re a fan of fellow bold artists such as Missy Elliot, FKA Twigs, Kelela and OPAL, then keep an eye out for the inevitable uprise in influence that Yaysh is bound to create in 2018.
“I’m weird, I have a teacher and everything and belong to a lineage called Shambhala Buddhism and I also sing and rap mainstream shit. I am about waking up and helping this world, and being authentic. Much of the teachings I study are about regarding this world we live in as sacred and seeing society as a fabric of wakefulness. So yea, I’m weird cuz I make my music from this place, or perspective, and I’m a spiritual person who maybe doesn’t immediately appear that way because we often have a dualistic way of seeing people. But people don’t know that every one of my songs has meaning and intention. I’m deep bish, get to know me. And you really can’t judge a person. Surprise.” – Yaysh
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