Since the release of "ISAT INNAT" debut album in 2005, Empress Ayeola has been described as a Musical Warrioress. Born in England then relocated with her family to Jamaica when she was two years old, where she grew up attending Primary & Secondary School in the parish of Manchester.

It was while attending high school (Cross Keys Secondary) that her singing potential came to the attention of her then music teacher the late Sonia Spence, better known for her seventies hits (Leaving On A Jet Plane & No Charge).

Realising Empress' vocal abilities, Sonia introduced her to the music business as a teenager starting as one of Sonia's backing vocalist, doing live sessions and shows before eventually stepping out in her own right.

Generally acknowledged as lyrically gifted with the ability to write songs that simply tell it as it is without compromise, tackling serious issues relevant to today's world. Sending out a message of Truth, Rights & Justice with a special interest in the development of the next generation.

Under her given name Empress Ayeola recorded for Rhino Record Label in the early 90s with the likes of "Fire House Crew". 2001 "Heads of Babylon" with Jahmali , "I Hear the Cry" with Jah Mason, "Higher Meditation" & "Jah will Take Care of You" for Buju Banton's (Gargamel Label). "Boundless Love" on the Africa River Nile label 2002, followed by the ever popular hit "Higher An Higher" River Bank Records 2003 produced by (Gaddamaweh Productions).

Between 2004 - 2011 some of the many Singles released by various Record Labels for Empress Ayeola includes "Edge Of Life", "Hold On To Rasta Love", "Sweet Reggae Music", "Step Into My World" & "Live Good". "Don't Be Resentful" Pharos Records 2005 which lead to a live BBC Radio One recording of the song. Empress Ayeola is currently writing with other artists whilst recording her next album.

Other Recordings for producers and labels in the UK and Jamaica includes Bobby Digital,
Acoustic Vibes, Nu-Edge, Riverbank Records, Stingray, Pecking's, Mikey Melody & Reggae Wave among others.
With the success of Isat Innat and her fiery live performances Empress Ayeola is building a solid name within the industry, with shows in the US including the likes of Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths, Yami Bolo and Kymani Marley and in Europe with Capleton, IJahMan Levi & the great Desmond Dekker, establishing her reputation as "The Real Fire Mamma".

Empress Ayeola explosive entrance to the stage began 2001 in France at the Gibus "Jamaican Royal Festival" with Jah Mason, 2002 London Oceans "Jamaica 40th Independence Celebrations" with Pat Kelly, Ken Boothe, Mighty Diamonds, Frankie Paul and Dennis Walkes. 2003 saw Empress Ayeola at "Brockwell Park" London with Prince Allah among others. 2004 in France, Cannes "UNICEF Humanitarian Reggae Festival" with Queen Omega and Sister Carol.

Empress Ayeola continued with her Binghi style and revolutionary lyrics at "Niedergoshgen Splash" Switzerland & "Wiesen Festival" Austria 2005, Jamaica 2006 "HIM Earthday Celebration" with 5th Element Crew, Gyptian, Chuck Fender & Perfect. Miami USA Lackark Stadium, June 2006 "Wisdom Knowledge & Over-standing" with Mutabaruka, Fantan Mojah, I Wayne, Queen Ifrica, Turbulence plus other top names. France "Ja' Sound Festival" with Bunny Wailer, Earl Chinna Smith also JahMali. Belgium "Geel Festival" with Sister Carol & The Congos.

Jamaica 2007 Empress Ayeola appeared at "Rebel Salute" with the likes of Buju Banton, Junior Kelly, Gentleman, I Wayne, Tony Rebel and The Abyssinians. Her fire blazing performance was well received by both the audience and the media. 2008 was a very productive year which saw her performing once again in Holland, France and Hungary. Scotland saw Empress Ayeola for the first time at the "Falkirk Festival" in 2009 as well as UK dates touring with Chezidek in September of that year. 2010 & 2011 continued in Spain, France, London and Germany.

During 2012 Empress Ayeola took time out to record her latest album with world renowned UK based Producer Carlton "Bubblers" Ogilvie, Who is instrumental in the making of the album, entitled "Straight To The Point". Credited for his works with many artistes such as Marcia Griffiths, Beres Hammond, Janet Kay, Sinead O'Connor, Suggs of Madness, Sugar Hill Gang, Maxi Priest, and Arielle among others.

Also featuring on the album “Straight To The Point" is Empress Ayeola's (daughter) Arielle collaborating on "Mother Nature" a real treat for their fans. 2013 Empress Ayeola returned to Spain on her fire blazing mission. 2014 has once again seen Empress Ayeola at the Dub Champion Festival Vienna Austria & the P.O.W Brixton London, continuing to promote the album “Straight To The Point” well into 2015.

2016: Current releases, includes the long awaited “Reggae Lock Di World” Single & Video taken from the album “Straight to the point”. (Video produced in Jamaica). Other release this year includes "Jah Jah Ah Di Mastah", Produced by Blessed Ones Muzic House Label which was received well by the Press.

2016-2017: Work continues on
Empress' new album collaborating with Mykal Rose the voice that graced the Legendary Roots Rock Reggae group Black Uhuru, Yami Bolo & Rohan "Sixy" Morris, son of the Great Eric "Monty" Morris, one of Jamaica's pioneers of Reggae Music.

Empress Ayeola's work stands up for the Motherless & Fatherless, Babes & Suckling as a warrior Empress under the Order set by Rastafari, through His livity which embodies the principles of Universal love".
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