We’re excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful Lital Yohay. We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation with Lital below.
Hi Lital , thanks for joining us today. Can you talk to us about a project that’s meant a lot to you?
When I think about a creative project, each and every idea that I have has its full world and colors to it.
I try to think different and speak my mind through the music and lyrics.
So most meaningful it is really hard to choose :)
The song ” don’t miss out on me” is a unique mashup that contains 5 of my songs and was created especially for the dance floor.
The really cool thing about it that the mash up has mixed musical genres such as dance edm, rock, pop, Latin afro style and many more.
I also released the remix “what ifi 2021”
Which was a remix that was taken out of two versions of the song “what if i”: the version of the past song with blues style and the version of the future song with the rock pop style.
Another special thing I have released lately is a creative writing instagram pages.
One is called ” the daily story” which almost every day I post a new chapter of a story am writing.
Another page is a page that I post a part of the lyrics to each of my songs.
And the third page has posts of my daily thinking and depression that I have been dealing with practically my whole life.
Great, appreciate you sharing that with us. Before we ask you to share more of your insights, can you take a moment to introduce yourself and how you got to where you are today to our readers
I am a hearing disordered musician singer song writer and composer born in Israel.
Ever since I known myself I had always been singing.
It all started in a dancing class at my 5th year of age. We were dancing to Michael jackson, Whitney Houston Tina turner’s music and many more great artists back at the time.
Later on I took piano lessons, guitar and drums.
When I got older I wanted to inspire other people with bold music so I decided to do as much genres as I want.
I create jazz music combined with pop, rock, blues, soul, Latin, afro middle eastern, dance, edm and theatrical music.
When I turned 26 I opened my first business as a private music teacher and went to management and marketing school.
My marketing and copywriting studies gave me a fresh insight of business operation and strategic planing, with that I knew how to take advantage of new ways to bring something else to the crowd with the right PR work alongside that I did.
Later on, I offered other artists like me the consultation how to manage better in the music industry and sometimes took their projects into PR action by my hands, that way I succeeded enriching more contacts abroad with journalists, radio hosts, blogs owners, playlists curstors and more.
What do you think is the goal or mission that drives your creative journey?
My goal is to inspire as much people that I can by acting in movies, singing and performing, writing books or TV series.
And my humanitarian goal is to succeed to help people who doesn’t have food on their table or money to collage.
I think as a society we owe it to each other. If we won’t help others in need then we will never discover another great mind who has the abillity to affect all of us in such big ways.
In your view, what can society to do to best support artists, creatives and a thriving creative ecosystem?
It doesn’t matter if there is an artists that comes from a famous family or not. Today fame is not nesseceraly something that helps the artist.
I come from one of the famous families in Israel that contributed to the middle eastern music in the country and believe me it is not the thing that will help me to get into the global industry.
Beside of being creative, different and lovable, the crowd is the important issue.
Support artists that you never heard of, try to be open minded and just listen to their song. Maybe you would like it and maybe you won’t, the main thing is to just listen with a smile :)
- Instagram: @litalyohay
- Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCjE0HzYyd7B9DOsQm3WzmoA