Yolanda Wyns

Yolanda received her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Manhattan School of Music, NYC. She expanded her reach as a performer working with renowned artists such as Freddie Jackson, Stephanie Mills, Angie Stone, and Patti Austin.

Her recordings include her 2005 release, “Many Faces,” showcasing her songwriting talent and preference for moody, mid-tempo, classically inspired performances. Her 2002 gospel release, “A Live Recording of Praise and Worship,” received international critical acclaim.  Selections from that album, her solo debut, became a staple of major market radio and television programming such as New York City’s WBLS and BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel. Earlier recordings such as her vocals on European dance hits mixed by internationally known D.J., Joey Negro has made her one of the most recognizable voices around the world.