We took a moment to sit down with Yummy Pearl, she gives us some insight in here own words about her journey:
What inspired you to become a music artist?
Music was naturally in me. I have a way with words and people like me so I feel it was my calling. 
What are some memorable moments in your career so far?
I did a song with one of the Trap Gods. (Gucci Mane) That’s epic coming from a small country town called West Point, Georgia.
What are you currently working on?
Right now I’m just working on singles, visuals, and building my buzz.
How has the pandemic shaped your day to day life?
I dressed down and stayed in the house before the pandemic so the quarantine part wasn’t hard. My friends always have to bribe me to go places and trust me, we get active. I need that balance in my life so Corona can’t sit me down. We was outchea before Covid, during Covid, and we gone be outchea after Covid too. 
What is your stance on the black lives matter movement?
I’m with my people. I am a black queen surrounded by black kings and queens. I’ve seen the struggle. I’ve seen the racial injustices. It’s sickening because even with camera phones, social media, and the ease of having something as serious as a murder go viral, we as a whole are treated poorly. We don’t get the justice we deserve so why would I not be on the sides or in front of my people. This isn’t up for debate. We simply matter.
What does music mean to you?
Music is my way of expressing myself when no one else seems to understand. Music is my company when I’m lonely. Music is my counselor when I’m stressed out and going through it. Music is my way of healing when I am broken. Music is right when everything else is wrong. Music is my life. Music is my peace. 
What artists are you currently listening too?
I honestly only listen to R&B. I’m listening to Boyz 2 Men, Dru Hill, New Edition…. Songs written and sang by Babyface and Neyo. You know, a bunch of Yonce, Nicki and Rihanna. If I was to listen to rap, it would be Lil Baby, Gunna, Slime, Roddy Rich, Cartel Dough and throw Bryson Tiller in the mix. Drake’s a given.
What do you want your legacy to be?
Personally, I’m not sure. It changes with my growth. I just know that I would like to help as many people as I can. I’d like to build the community that I grew up in and also build the black community as well. My main goal is to inspire.  
What is some advice you would give to anyone wanting to become an music artist?
This industry is a dirty game. They only care about you when you’re beneficial. Focus on you and perfect your craft. Your time will come so don’t get caught up in what others have going on and how they did it. Be loyal to yourself and don’t sell your soul. You are responsible for the mental and emotional wellness of you. Good luck.

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