Jasmine Thompson – Singer
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Jasmine Thompson is positioned to be the next UK superstar. 15 year old Jasmine is a singer/songwriter from London who has, through posting original songs and covers on YouTube, built a fanbase of millions. She achieved wider recognition after featuring on German deep house producer Robin Schulz’s song “Sun Goes Down”. This track charted within the top 10 in multiple countries including Australia, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
In October 2013 she released the extended playUnder the Willow Tree. One of the songs, named “Run”, enjoyed moderate success in Europe and the United States, and it remains a popular song among fans. In early July, Thompson supported Aussie pop phenomenon Cody Simpson on his Acoustic Tour. She finished the Tour in Birmingham, posting a photo of the fans on Twitter and thanking them for their support.
In April 2014 she released her second album Another Bundle of Tantrums. The album peaked at number 126 on the UK Albums Chart.
Her Youtube channel has over 1.9 million subscribers and 666869084m views. She rapidly gained support when her acoustic rework of Chaka Khan’s “Ain’t Nobody” hit #32 on the UK Singles Charts after being featured in an advertisement by Sainsbury’s. The cover from Thompson was remixed by DJFelix Jaehn in 2015, and became a huge hit, peaking at number 2 in the UK, and charting in several other countries. The video has received over 100 million views online.
Her voice has been often described as “incandescent” and “eerie”, contributing to the uniqueness in her voice. She is of half English and half Chinese ethnicity.
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