Versatile and passionate, Täbï Yösha is a Quebec singer of Haitian origin who distinguishes herself with her rich and powerful voice. Following numerous collaborations with figures from the hip hop and electro scenes, she is now ready to unveil her own project. With her electronic and neo-soul infused R&B, she explores universal themes such as love and seduction in a way that is as personal as it is refreshing.
Trained in singing, theater and dance, Täbï quickly started performing as a member of The Souldiers, a jazz/house band with which 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 this year's Gala de l’ADISQ.
In January 2020, Täbï Yösha released All Day All Night, a sultry and sensual R&B track. Move On, a francophone neo-soul song, followed in September. The impromptu performances she would post on Instagram quickly caught the attention of beatmaker Suiker, who sent her some instrumentals that soon convinced her to put her voice and songwriting skills to work. From this collaboration are born the songs assembled into her debut EP, True Colors, which was released via Bonsound in August 2023.
Bearing witness to a period characterized by setbacks and heartbreak, True Colors takes the form of a collection of emancipating tracks that embodies the lover in Täbï's heart.