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1. Hey Edie Yvonne, super nice to have the chance to chat with you. First and foremost what got you into music?

EY: Thank you for having me! Music has always been a part of my life. My abuela is a Nicaraguan opera singer and we sing together ever since I was little. I began musical theater at YADA when I was three I think and was lucky enough to work with singing coach Katie Riggs when I was very young. During the pandemic, I wrote an album and starting recording recently for a little less than a year.

2. What’s your favorite 00’s artist?

EY: I listen to a lot of Rihanna and Britney.

3. Can you write what was your best performance in your career? How do you remember it?

EY: When I was little I was in the musical Hairspray at YADA. In film I seem to get cast in more emotional depressive roles and so I was super excited to have a comedic part. And I really leaned into it.

4. Who came first? The chicken or the Egg?

EY: Ha! I started singing very young. Music has always been around me. Before the pandemic, I think I was 10, there was a women/girl centric music festival at the once Bootleg theater. I was invited to perform by Anna Bulbrook who produced the festival. Kristin Control put a group of kids together to perform and I sang Fade Into You by Mazzy Star. From that moment on I was hooked. Karen O came on stage and performed with us as well. It is an experience I’ll never forget!

5. What would you do if you had a time machine?

EY: I would spend time with my grandfathers who I never met and would meet Prince.

6. What memorable responses have you had to "On Your Mind"?

EY: People are really responding to the country twang as well as how short and sweet the song is.

7. Do you think that technology is improving lives?

EY: Complicated question, I think technology provides opportunity and connectivity but can be a problematic portal as well. Only time will tell.

8. Do you have a mentor or coach?

EY: Vocal coach Katie Riggs has been so inspiring and I am currently taking voice lessons with Miguel Manzo who has been so immensely supportive! Our dear family friend, singer and songwriter Joy Huerta is truly incredible and I look up to her a lot. I also learn so much from my producers Nicky Swedin and Cormac Liotta who are amazing musicians and we have a blast!

9. What’s your favorite album from the 80’s?

EY: I love Missing Person’s Spring Session.

10. Do you agree with the Pigeon?

EY: I hope so! You seem to have very good taste!

"Queen Bee" is introduced through an exceptional synergy between a pumping bass and a minimalist beat. Then Edie Yvonne steals the show with her incredibly sweet and soft voice that can't cope with her heartbreak. I also want to highlight dreamy synthetic refinements that not only enhance the synergy between the strings and the initial percussion, but also bring this tight and artistic single to a very advanced level of super catchy pop!

The Pigeon added a single from her to his Weekly Gems playlist on Spotify. You can check out the released music below. If you like what you hear, make sure to follow along so you can stay on top of future releases!

Words by The Pigeon

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