Miami, Florida artist Jasmin Cadavid is back with a new hit. Female artist Jasmin Cadavid release her second single entitled “Stroke A Pose” from her upcoming project. She decides to strike again why the iron is hot after her debut single “Float” did really well. Stay tuned for her upcoming project coming real soon. Jasmin Cadavid was born November 18, 1989 in Miami, Florida. Her mother is from Guatemala, and her father is from Colombia. Jasmin is the first born of 5 children. Jasmin was raised and spent most of her life in Miami. Being brought up by her mother and step father, which whom played drums in a band, her love for performing and arts began. She started receiving recognition for sports, arts, and academics at an early age, a gifted student, competing in brain bowls, main character in school plays, show choir soloist, most valuable athlete of the year in the year book, most attractive, soccer, cross country, track, softball, etc. Jasmin easily started making a name for herself. Like a lot of other families in Miami though, She was exposed to drugs and violence early as well. With many achievements, Jasmin ended up being expelled from schools, fighting, and in and out of juvenile detention centers. At the age of 16 Jasmin was already on her own and despite the troubles in the past she started slowly becoming an entrepreneur. Graduating high school, started modeling, attended Miami acting school, went to college, bought her first property at 21, got license in real estate, creating a brand for herself. Starting 2015 Jasmin ended a troubled relationship with a significant other who was murdered in Miami, soon after Jasmin went full force with her career and was awarded Video Vixen of the year, became the first girl in the industry to have her own marijuana strand, ‘Jazzy Kush’, then founded ‘Jazzy Rolling Papers’; an all organic noncancerous glue slow burning rolling paper company- with the first FDA approved PINK colored paper. Since music was always a first love for Jasmin she finally took a step into doing what she always had. After Grammy award winning vocalist, Wanya Morris of Boyz ll Men, started mentoring Jasmin and vocal coaching her, Jasmin has released two single thus far “Float” and “Strike A Pose” with an upcoming project on its way.
Infinite Starr Le Flair scores big with contagious new single “I’m Off”. Jackson, Miss.- Mississippi-based rapper/ singer/ songwriter Infinite Starr Le Flair (AKA Monroe Kush) has initiated a champagne campaign from Maine to Spain like she was running for the presidency with seductively scandalous Country Boy Music-released hit single “I’m Off.” Since its unofficial release last April, the single has grown legs on its own and caught on like a raging wildfire. In a handful of months, it has been featured on the top six hip-hop mixtapes in the country, enjoyed more than half-a-million online streams, boasts over 100,000 physical downloads and is spinning in mixshow rotation on several select radio stations across the Mid-South. “We sent the song to a few DJs around the country to test the markets. We were planning to officially drop it next year,” Infinite explains. “But before we knew anything, they had been playing it in strip clubs and on radio mixshows. So the DJs picked the song for us.” Killing them softly with biting, bitter/sweet vocals over menacing, mid-tempo production and hypnotizing chimes, the momentum continues to grow. And Infinite has no plans of letting up any time soon. “I’ve gotten so much attention for my music because I’m not afraid to experiment with the music and create my own sound,” she reveals. “That’s how I’ve been able to grow my own fan base organically. A lot of people are looking for a female artist to fill that creative niche.” Fulfilling that “niche” is exactly what she has been doing since dropping her smashing debut mixtape Bi Mi Self/Gotta Be Me in 2006. Since then, she has built her brand from ground up with more than a dozen mixtapes, numerous awards and fans across the South and East Coast. Last year, she set the industry on its ear as host of Strictly 4 Traps ‘N Trunks mixtape entitled Mississippi Edition, featuring exclusive music from Def Jam/ Universal artist Big K.R.I.T., as well as many of the state’s brightest underground talents including Joker 2 Cold, Lil Mal, Kamikaze and Hollywood Luck, among others. She also teamed up with rappers Sachmoe Phlanagan and Archangel for a sizzling hot collaborative project Jack Of All Trades Street Tapes Vol. 1. The 16-track mixtape is presented by Traps-N-Trunks, DJ Bigg V and DJ 1200 and includes special appearances by DJ Scream, Zaytoven, DJ Winn and comedian JJ Williamson of Johnson’s Family Vacation. Throughout her career, she was awarded Best Female Rap Artist two years in a row by the Jackson Music Awards, nominated for Best Female Mixtape by the Southern Entertainment Awards and nominated for an Indie Music Top 25 Award by the Indie-Music Awards. Continuing to keep the momentum going full speed ahead, she continues to top herself with latest banger “I’m Off” and is readying the release of upcoming EP Eight Talk, scheduled to drop summer 2018. “My whole career has been based off grinding and selling CDs,” Infinite admits. “I grind. I have only one goal in mind, and that’s showing the world that I was born to do this!”
Into the spotlight for which she was born steps a genuine diva. With musical wisdom that belies her youth, Celeste Buckingham seamlessly blends contemporary R&B, soul, hip-hop, and can rock a street corner jam just as easily as a sold-out stadium. Celeste has a hit on her hands, “Run Run Run” Get ready to make your finger sore from hitting the replay button. Ears really do smile.
The name “The Pop Princess of Europe”, refers to Celeste’s powers “a gift”. Modestly glossing the endless hours she has spent honing them. Within the opening lines of her debut “Run, Run, Run“, Celeste lets us know there’s depth to complement those operatic pipes. “All is fair in love and war / but all I do is love you more”. That’s the kind of compression and wit you would expect from a veteran wordsmith, not a 17-year old ingenue. Celeste continues to electrify the industry with works whose quality keeps her in a league of her own.
Celeste Buckingham is a certified platinum artist and MTV Music Award winner in Europe. “Crushin’ My Fairytale” is set to blow up and crush the charts from the US to Japan. It has already made Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40!
Celeste is currently an official ambassador for L’Oreal. In addition to that she was once the youngest X-Factor judge, as well as the second youngest Cosmopolitan cover model in history. She has starred in a feature film as – what else? – a princess! Celeste Buckingham is committed to many philanthropic and charitable organizations and causes, such as CARE.org, Boys & Girls Club of America, autism (Nobody Knows) and women’s rights (I’m Not Sorry).
“Music is a ladder for the soul,” she says. Check out the world’s next vocal icon and let yours climb to new heights of wonder. Below we have the official video clip for Celeste’s hit single “Run, Run, Run“. Make sure you follow @CelBuckingham on Twitter Facebook and Instagram.
Florida rap artist Dom Chasin Paper is using the digital error to his full advantage with the new explosion of the millennial generation by the release of his new music single “Desginer” Ft. Lil Pump. Keeping it simple and allowing his raw lyrical flow accompanied with the hypnotizing production Dom Chasin Paper has delivered one powerful new single Check out the new single “Designer” available now on Soundcloud!