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Who is Yo Sis?

She is Art. Healing. Inspiration. Influence. Empowerment. Advocacy. Entertainment. Change. Love. Justice and laughter all wrapped in a 120lb frame that packs a powerful punch. Equipped with a dynamic delivery and a no-nonsense approach to the truth, poet Yo’ Sis speaks on a large spectrum of subjects to widely diverse audiences, nationwide. She has been welcomed by churches and cafes, as well as The Georgia State Capitol and Center Stage to share her voice by way of the SPOKEN WORD.

She was an Icon Award Recipient for the 9th annual Tamika Festival in Atlanta, GA, awarded by international poet and entertainer, Georgia Me. She was spoken word’s Grinder of the Year 2017, and she has been formally recognized as an esteemed leader in her community. She is a proud member of R2ISE Theatre and Purple Door Creations, the long- time host of Reflective Soul Series in Atlanta, Ga, and the sole owner and operator of 515 Creations, LLC.

She released her debut album, Srirach and Sweet Tea, in summer 2017 and has been on Reverbnation’s Top Ten Atlanta, GA 40+ times. In summer 2019, she dropped a rap collaboration project entitled, Mixed Emotions, with Miami rapper Only1Tipy and is the author of Yo’ Sista’s Keeper, a collection of poetry, short stories, and other stuff.

She is Woman. She is Power. She is Light. She is Fire. She is Growth. She is Grace. She is Hope. She is Faith. ...She is not just an artist. For she is, indeed, an experience. Acknowledged at an early age for her various artistic abilities, Cassaundra Diane’e was born in Hagerstown, MD but she calls Georgia “home.” Aside from the many roles she plays as an artist, a sister, a mother to many, and a seasoned professional in the foster care system, She is a self proclaimed lover of God, sunshine, and strong coffee.

Connect with her on social media! IG: yo_sis__ and FB: @ TheYoSisFamPage


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