Jasmine Olinga is a Brazilian-American vocalist, pianist, songwriter, composer and producer. Her refreshing sound is organic, exotic and replete with natural fluidity, purity and depth. Jasmine draws her unique musical inspiration from artists of a variety of genres, including Sting, Vanessa da Mata, Feist, Lianne La Havas, Marisa Monte, Bon Iver, Norah Jones and Coldplay. She is the recipient of the 2018 Peermusic Latin scholarship from the BMI Foundation and is completing her Master's degree in Music Production, Technology and Innovation at Berklee Valencia. Jasmine's true passion lies in the creation and experience of music. She aspires to collaborate with a diversity of talent and to reach listeners and audiences worldwide.
“Music is a universal language that has the power to uplift and inspire, and I hope that when people listen to my songs, they can feel a love for life and for humanity.”