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Yona Marie (A.K.A Rachel Marie) is a music artist from the Washington, DC area. She currently works as a studio singer, producer, and songwriter for many musicians, artists, and businesses in need of her musical expertise.
Throughout the years, I've been an inconsistent r&b artist that pops up here and there on the internet. In 2008, you may have heard me on a Chris Brown Remix. In 2011, you might have seen my mixtape floating around Twitter (but never...
The industry is changing. It changed from sheet music to radio. Radio to CDs. CD to digital. Now it's in the process of possibly going from big three to indie rise.
ClearChannel/iHeartmedia came in and dominated the radio world. LiveNation is...
Should I Drink Water?
First things first, yes you should drink water. Of course, we should drink water throughout the day to keep our bodies, especially vocal cords nice and hydrated for all of the singing we're about to bless someone's ears...
"Yona Marie has such a smooth lustrous voice that flows like a waterfall. Unff. She could sing the alphabet song and make it golden..."
Josephine L, Critic
"Wow. Through every single song, Yona Marie just oozes soul and passion. I love her soft, almost whispery, crooning style that she exhibits in each and every track...."
Banger Of The Day
"...She has great RnB songs that tell a story and connect with listeners who share similar experiences in their life's journey. It's not hard to feel like a song off of her album is speaking to you directly."
"RnB music has been making a comeback lately; Rachel is one of the ones innovating under the radar! And that's exactly what the music industry is needing right now: good ole' innovation."
Remix Kings of the South
"It's hard to find quality Rnb music these days since everybody is on this lit but lazy sing-rap wave (lol), but some people are still making good Rnb songs on places like SoundCloud and Reverbnation. I came across Rachel Marie and discovered a whole bunch of gems."