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Meet Jessy Covets

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jessy Covets.

Since Jessy Covets was a young child, she has always had an obsession and passion for creating music. From orchestra and band in New York City to her very own recording studio in Los Angeles, she has always followed her dreams from coast to coast.

After moving out to California with her all-female blues band “Peachy McQueen”, Jessy found herself expanding her creativeness to music production, songwriting and DJing. With tenacity and focus she landed opportunities including movie scoring, TV syncs, TV commercials, vocal features, major artist remixes and developing artist productions.

Outside of music Jessy has always found ways to fulfill heart filled projects. Some of these projects include making vegan recycled Redwolf Jewelry, her vegan and gluten-free cookie brand “Goody Tooshoos” and building a female empowerment nonprofit festival with “Wombyin”.

Jessy has more music and live performances on the horizon.

Has it been a smooth road?
Life is about “Yin and Yang”. I’ve embraced and enjoyed every single part of my musical journey including the good, the bad and the very strange. It can be difficult to find peace and balance during intense & stressful times which can also be the same for any life path you choose. If you’re looking for “smooth sailing” and consistency I would have to say, you may not like this ride. The best way to handle the lows will be the same ways to handle the highs, through meditation and trusting yourself. If you’re ready for the adventure just know you’ll have to take some risks in order to enjoy the best rewards & benefits.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
I am a creator. I create stuff and I enjoy every second of it. If I had to narrow it down, I would say I specialize in music production and songwriting. I am proud of the amazing music catalog I’ve developed over time. It’s incredible being alive and in the industry during such a monumental time for music and world transformation. Music has truly connected souls all around the globe especially in 2020.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
The music industry is definitely going through some innovative times due to the pandemic. We’re finding new ways to connect and collaborate virtually which has been a game changer for those who look at this time with a positive mind’s eye. For example, I am currently working with an amazing app called “Jam Compass” which will help a lot of musicians & creators during this time and after to connect online and collaborate. As of right now, Instagram has been a really great tool for me as an artist and creator to connect musically. I am currently working on some major projects with an artist and sync company from London and another project with an artist from India. I’ve also worked with people from South America during this time among other places. It’s certainly been the year for new experiences and we are very fortunate to have access to the online tools we have today. I’m excited to hear the creative sounds that come to fruition this year.

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