Neysa Blay Neysa Blay Love, heartache, human relationships, and personal questions are an endless source of inspiration for Neysa Blay, a Puerto Rican singer-songwriter who decided to use her music as a vehicle for transmitting valuable messages and telling compelling stories, instead of trying to fit into the current landscape of urban oriented Latin pop. Born in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, Blay was raised in a home where music was a constant presence. Her parents supported her intentions to sing, even from a tender age. “There was always some music playing in my house all the time. My parents had this bunch of bohemian friends who used to play guitar and sing after a couple of rum shots. I used to sing along with them, so my love for music grew in a very natural way”, she says. Her first influences included Puerto Rican and Latin female artists such as Ednita Nazario, Yolandita Monge, Daniela Romo, Paloma San Basilio, and Rocío Dúrcal. “Female artists are still my biggest influence, especially those who have something important to say. I’ve heard a lot of music but I always end up coming back to female singers with a clear message”. And that is precisely what Neysa Blay is putting out on the five songs included on first EP, Destrúyeme, available on all digital platforms in September 2018, under the distribution of Sony Music Entertainment US Latin.