Jova was born and raised in Macedonia. While growing up she took part in Children's music festivals and after finishing her studies she relocated to the UK and enrolled at the highly acclaimed music school "Vocal-Tech" in London.
Her first album "Hourglass Diary" was released on iTunes and cdbaby.com.
The song "Here and Gone" from the album is a favourite with David Knophler-founder of the world famous Dire Straits.
The song "Home" was licensed for the film "Home Grown", and "Be Happy" was featured on the Billboard Magazine's quarterly compilation CD.
Jova was awarded best new artist at the "Ohriid Festival" in Macedonia with her song "Se Raduvam i Taguvam"(Happy And Sad). She was also a finalist for Macedonia in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Jas Sum Ovde" (I am here) in 2008 and with the song "Se uste cekame" (The things we're waiting for) in 2010.
Early in 2014 she released the song “Time Will Tell” in collaboration with Italian DJ Danny Darko. It was later voted "Song of the Year 2014" on Macedonian biggest Radio Station Antenna 5 and was played on Tom Robinson's show on BBC Radio.The Deep House version of the song was also supported by numerous Music Blogs such as Mr Deep Sense & Deep Sounds. The follow up single "Butterfly", also in collaboration with Danny Darko was well received and broke into the Beatport Deep House Top 50 Chart.
Subsequently Jova was asked to do gigs in Chelyabinsk and Ekaterinburg in Russia.
At the start of 2015 she released "Be You"with DJ Omar Basaad and soon after the song "Chasing Mirrors" with electronic music producer Padre (with a remix by Christian Loffler) also supported by BBC Radio.
Next followed another single in collaboration with DJ Danny Darko called “My Favourite” and a release on Spirit Soul Records with DJ Le Visiteur, with the song “New Way to be Happy”.
Among others, Jova has had her music played on BBC Radio 1 and 6, Ministry of Sound Radio as well as Macedonian radio and TV and MTV Adria Music Channel.