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Bianca Jazmine is an indie rock singer-songwriter & band with an insightful message to advocate for peace, empathy, and unity. She hopes to encourage everyone to embrace their individuality, and use our unique personalities and ideas to help others and bring the world together.

Bianca Jazmine has performed all over South Florida, been featured on dozens of radio stations, including Shake 94’s Local Love Live show on 94.3 FM in Miami multiple times, and has been showcased as their Artist of the Week. She has also received Best Music Video for “You’ll Find Love”, and Best Vocal Performance for “The Key” during IndieCon 2019, as well as receiving the 2018 Oski Award for Singer-Songwriter of the Year. She recorded her debut EP Hear Our Voices in Los Angeles, California, and has continued to write original music. New singles are currently being recorded in Philadelphia and are projected for release this year.

Bianca Jazmine’s unique, powerful vocals combined with her thought-provoking messages come together to form a remarkable experience. Along with her smooth yet energetic voice, Bianca Jazmine wields multiple instruments including the piano, ukulele, guitar, and flute. Her fascination with critical thought and emotion, combined with art and expression, has moved her to share her ideas about the world through music.


“Bianca Jazmine is an emerging super-talent in South Florida. Her catchy lyrics capture you and can get stuck in your head for days. Her delivery and angelic voice are sure to give you the chills. By keeping her songs focused on positive messages, Bianca is an inspirational voice for her generation, and she can brighten your day with a simple hook.”

-Aimee Beah Moore – Producer/Host Local Love Live – Director of Local Content for Shake 94FM

“Jazmine’s voice was absolutely breathtaking, and her ability to sing, dance, and unapologetically enjoy life was inspiring. … A beautiful, confident woman fronting a talented rock band is something that should absolutely be acknowledged and celebrated.”

Angelica Negron – The Family Reviews