New studio releases single with Artist AbiYAH Yisrael

ChaYah Studios is a new aspiring studio located in Castle Bruce, Dominica.

The studio is now exploring new avenues of music production, with the goal of acquiring its own label.

In a release, ChaYah Studios says it is now working with a once popular gospel artist “who has deviated from the realms of Christianity as a new artist, new name with new musical styles and we would love to share our music with you.”

About writer and singer

Nicole ‘AbiYah Yisrael’ Alfred, is the 6th and last member of the house of Mr & Mrs Adolphus and Sonia Christian. Her music like “Kalinago Nation”. “Kum ba Yah” and “If we could love” are inspired through maintaining an open eye, a spiritual connection with the Most High and a burning passion to spread the message of Truth.

She grew up in Glasgow, a sub urban area in the south west of Dominica, in a home where strong Christian principles were enforced, taught and exemplified. While attending University she was intro- duced to the authentic conscious sound of organic roots music where her love and understanding grew. Influenced by the lifestyle of her significant other, she soon took up an unfathomable interest in the Hebraic teachings of the Scriptures and has made and is continuing to make drastic life changes. Now grown, she lives in the eastern rural parts of Dominica eating from the soil and drinking from the springs. She continues to call others into the light of the Kingdom which has become her paramount objective. Her focus continues to be “The Christ” but in the fullness of truth. AbiYah acknowledges the teaching of His Majesty and hails the Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Yahawadah (Judah) Yahawashi Ha Mashayach.

AbiYah from the tender age of 5 has been refining her art beginning with her school choir. She took part in local competitions such as Star quest and has been active on the live stage. She has released singles and in 2012 released a debut gospel album “Speak To Me” before starting University, Since then she slowed down a bit as her philosophies were changing and spirituality grew. Now she emerges with a new name, character, and sound perspective on the word of Truth.

AbiYah means Yahawah is my Father


“Vocalizations of spiritual frequencies, via the utterance of sound Elohim created. Music trans- mits vibrations that creates or destroys. Such is the power of our words. I choose to speak life or this music is nothing but selfish vanity. I create as I speak.” _AbiYah Yisrael


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  1. November 12, 2018

    You are esthetically adorned like your ancestors. Cleopatra’s face was adorned naturally. Also many other African tribes. Your head-piece signifies your cultural heritage.
    You could be the face of Dominique for generations to come. Your music style is unique to your culture. Remain consistent and you could be a phenomenon.

  2. don2fresh
    November 12, 2018

    Congratulations, keep up the good work. Love the song.

  3. Carltymas
    November 12, 2018

    This is simply beautiful. I felt that.

  4. Thinking
    November 11, 2018

    If she so roots and in touch with nature why all that carcinogenic stuff on her face?

  5. out of south city
    November 11, 2018

    Whoever is giving the thumbs down for these positive comments is really a hater.

  6. Hope
    November 10, 2018

    Beautiful! Just beautiful! I so love to see young women stay true to who God Almighty destined us to be…Keep glorifying Yahweh.

  7. out of south city
    November 10, 2018

    Very beautiful and soothing music. Beautiful voice, my sister.

  8. truth2power
    November 10, 2018

    good work nicole christian

  9. Mystikal
    November 10, 2018

    Great voice, Irie vybez coming from CB. Keep up the good work.

  10. David
    November 10, 2018

    Real crisp, real clear, real conscious music, that’s what all music should sound like …big up!…keep it up!

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