1) JASMINE (real name unknown), born May 19th, 1989, is a Japanese R&B/soul and pop singer from Tokyo, Japan. Growing up in a musical family and regularly singing in a gospel group, JASMINE was given a contract with Sony Music Entertainment after sending in a demo of her debut single, “sad to say”, to the company in 2009, which topped the RIAJ download charts upon it’s major label release.
A regular on the Japanese radio station J-Wave, JASMINE is regularly exposed to the Japanese audience and has a growing fanbase with teens and young adults alike. Often reputed to be the next Utada Hikaru, JASMINE writes all of her original material herself and considers Utada a big influence. When she was 13, she witnessed a gospel choir perform at the Yokota U.S. military base and was inspired to become a musician. When she was in the tenth grade, JASMINE dropped out of high school to pursue her dream.
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