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I am Julianna YUOS Olanska.

Music flows through my veins as strongly as "DLA" in the Podlasie dictionary. My vocal foundations were built in my hometown - Białystok, Poland where I developed my voice towards powerful soul-rock singing.

Art lurks in every corner of my mind. I value artistic independence the most, so you can expect a personal message from my music!

Every fragment of my life drives me to compose music and write songs. In every person I pass on the sidewalk, I see a whole range of emotions, unexplained mystery, and a unique story - I see them as hidden or explosive, full of energy and sadness...


In my story, admiration suddenly turns into contemplation, and carefree laughter stops in my throat. Take it as borderline or extreme musical inspiration.


The music I create is a reflection of who I am, who I want to be, and who I am becoming.

Each of us is accompanied by an infinite range of emotions, and I believe that art and music are probably the only available tools with which to measure them.

I have combined in my music what I love the most: old-school funk, disco, electronic, R&B, and soul. Stay a while, make yourself at home.

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"A może tak może nie (Maybe So, Maybe Not)" is a song that tells the story of how challenging it is to break free from deeply ingrained patterns within us, which we continue to replicate, despite their toxicity. It emphasizes the value of challenging ourselves to look at ourselves and our actions from a different perspective, to listen to ourselves more deeply, and to see whether, in the midst of it all, instead of fulfilling ourselves, we might actually be harming ourselves. In reality, we often find ourselves entering a familiar, well-established, unhealthy pattern, filled with our flaws, longings, and expectations.

The song also speaks about how the artist, in the past, sought to be "rescued" by third parties, relationships, and people. It ultimately leads to a change and the decision that only she herself has the power to save herself.