Daniella White, better known as the rising electric pop artist YellaCatt, has always had a strong musical drive channeled into her own unique sound. From an early age, she has been honing her craft to create a mystical, honeyed electronic vibe that is all her own. YellaCatt opened up about her creative journey and the alchemy of making music. She credits the rhythm of her spirit for guiding her throughout her career and loves bringing something new to the world of music. Refusing to be held back by genre expectations and conventions, YellaCatt continues to push boundaries and explore different elements of pop and electronic sounds through her latest single, “The Show.”
YellaCatt, who has been heavily influenced by a diverse array of genres ranging from blues to rock to electronica, is an artist that holds great reverence for some of the most iconic rock bands of all time, such as The Doors and Led Zeppelin. As she puts it, “I was heavy into rock,” She plans to make her mark in this genre one day by recording a song where she will “belt it out.” Despite being the lead singer of several indie rock bands in her hometown, Seattle, YellaCatt confesses that she initially lacked the confidence to pursue her ambitions. Now she strives to gain recognition for her music with a more refined approach that straddles different genres and brings something unique. With her conviction and attitude, YellaCatt hopes to build a name for herself within the competitive music industry and bring something new. YellaCatt and internationally acclaimed producer Jonny Joon recently came together to create their latest single, “The Show.” This track combines captivating lyrics with an equally mesmerizing production, creating a unique listening experience. Sequoia Emmanuelle has also played her part in this project, directing the striking music video for the song. Its artistic use of color and light has been praised for creating a dreamy atmosphere.
YellaCatt’s “The Show” is a powerful and uplifting message to those who have experienced the pain of a breakup. Her lyrics express sensuality, playfulness, and strength as she reclaims her power and freedom. In the chorus, YellaCatt confidently declares that she has overcome the hurt and moved on from it, no longer enslaved by it. Standing as a queen in her own right, she warns those interested in her: “if you want me, then you’d better show up.” The track is an inspiring anthem that encourages resilience and empowerment after relationships end. With bold beats and contagious energy, YellaCatt speaks truthfully about coming out on top after going through difficult times – proving that anyone can become stronger than before with determination and self-belief.
YellaCatt is celebrating the success of her previous single, “The Show,” with yet another new song, “Venus In Scorpio,” which will be released on February 6th. From her deep and passionate connections to her magnetic power and vulnerability, YellaCatt brings to life the energies of “Venus in Scorpio” in this dreamy track. The song brings powerful lessons in love and offers a realm of mystery and sensuality. This song explores all a woman can be, from the fiery stings and bites of Scorpio’s intense passion to exploring the depths of intimacy and surrendering to vulnerability. There is something special when we are able to truly KNOW another through the lens of love, which makes this artistic expression even more interesting. YellaCatt takes us on an emotional journey through the highs and lows of “Venus in Scorpio,” weaving together a story of passionate love and deep connection that will linger long after the music stops playing.
“The Show” is available for streaming on all major music platforms, and “Venus In Scorpio” will be available on February 6th.
For more details on YellaCatt, visit her website at https://yellacatt.com/.
Photos by Sequoia Emmanuel
Styling Melvin Sanders
Makeup by Roshar Hair Marisa Pinuelas