Emerging R&B Artist, Jasmine Jordan, Gives Insights as Independent Artist and Non-Conformist in Exclusive Interview

Singer / Songwriter, Jasmine Jordan, joins The Black Creators Club in talks about not conforming to industry standards and drops new single “Release” off upcoming EP Innermission.

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Posted On: October 16th, 2020 9:54 pm pst

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In a recent episode by The Black Creators Club, hosts Akilah Ffriend and Eboné Chatman interviewed Jasmine Jordan who is an emerging independent recording artist.  Her style of music brings you back to the 90s with a twist a mix between Tamia and a young Mariah Carey. 

Jasmine is dropping her 3rd EP called Innermission which will be available in December, but she is giving us all a little sneak peak with her single called “Release” available now, which can be found on Spotify and Apple Music. 

Singing has always come naturally to Jasmine as she has had a love for the arts since she was little. Her mom would sacrifice her weekends to be able to drive Jasmine to commercial modeling gigs, church choir  and school. 

Jasmine comes from a background of very supportive parents, which came in handy when she got offered a role in her high school play that changed the trajectory of her career. Jasmine played Fatine in Les Miserables where she had to act and sing, which at the time seemed to be a major challenge. 

“It really changed my life, it challenged me, it kinda broke me down and gave me the opportunity to rise up… said Jasmine, … I was so young and insecure and thinking this isn’t my normal boat , but again it challenged me in all the right ways, and when I actually performed…it was one of those moments in my life where the energy , the electricity, feeling so at home with myself”. 

Jasmine is true to herself, deeply rooted in her faith and determined in her craft, as she takes life experiences and puts them to music, giving her listeners a little piece of herself in every song. 

This episode of the Black Creators Club gives us the rundown on the importance of not conforming to industry standards but, instead, staying true to your vision. 

Find the full episode on Jasmine Jordan and more content from The Black Creators Club on Youtube, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts. Like this article and the full interview? Make sure to share this post with a friend!

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Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr7RraiajpboG8CFWzHua9A

Spotify page: https://open.spotify.com/show/241lrFipWGLWn5rTsCh2a4?si=Uk94-fwCRGenZdz-kYqpBw

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-black-creators-club/id1527058192

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Founded by Emmy winning journalist Maria Menounos and Producer Keven Undergaro, artist-friendly AfterBuzz TV is the world’s largest digital broadcast network and pop culture news platform, producing post-game ‘after-shows’ for nearly all favorite TV shows, interviewing cast and showrunners and providing the widest video, audio and article coverage of shows, content and influencers than any entertainment news platforms in existence

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About The Author:

The Black Creators Club is a weekly podcast hosted by media mavens Akilah Ffriend (@akilahffriend) and Ebone Chatman (@ebonechatman12). Listen as we interview black creatives in the entertainment industry spanning from TV to movies to music. When we’re not kekeing with black makers in the game, or keeping it ALL the way real on our own entertainment pursuits as two young black women, we are reacting to the latest and greatest in black Hollywood stories, topics, and (of course) tea. Find us @TheBlackCreatorsClub on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube and all social media platforms.

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