For immediate releaseMontreal, February 02, 2023

Following last fall’s announcement that Täbï Yösha had joined Bonsound’s label and publishing rosters, the singer now presents Pause, the first single off her upcoming EP to be released later this year. The sunny, sexy and powerful song was produced by French-Moroccan beatmaker Suiker, and showcases Täbï’s vulnerable side thanks to its sweet and sticky R&B beat. Pause was made to be played on the dancefloor, and is the perfect soundtrack to any spontaneous encounter. The song showcases the full extent of Täbï’s incredible vocal prowess.

Pause is available now on all music services.
Watch and share the song’s art track via YouTube.

With Pause, the R&B artist hopes that listeners get to know her authentic self, someone who bravely expresses herself through her music. Written on the spot in the studio, Pause explores being unavailable to fall in love while still yearning for infatuation. It’s a song for those who like love to swirl around them without getting caught up in it, explains Täbï.

About Täbï Yösha
Trained in singing, theater and dance, Täbï first performed as a member of The Souldiers, a jazz/house band with whom she played numerous shows. Her talent and stage presence also brought her to the forefront as a solo artist, notably at Femmes en blues, an event that showcases female musicians and singers from the Quebec scene, and at the Sugar Bar in New York City, a venue founded by Ashford & Simpson (the legendary songwriting couple behind some of Marvin Gaye's, Chaka Khan's, and Aretha Franklin's greatest hits). She then went on to lend her voice to Ariane Moffatt’s Aquanaute 2022, which was nominated at last year's ADISQ Gala.

In January 2020, Täbï Yösha released a sultry, sensual R&B track called All Day All Night, followed by Move On in September, a francophone neo-soul single. Her impromptu performances posted on Instagram quickly caught the attention of beatmaker Suiker, who sent her some instrumentals that convinced her to put her voice and songwriting skills to work. This collaboration led to the songs that make up her first EP, to be released later this year.