Nadia, Felicia, Celia and Daria are the JAZMIN Sisters, real-life Chinese-American sisters from Los Angeles, California. They are daughters of a Baptist preacher and a piano teacher by way of Jackson, Mississippi and Detroit, Michigan. The music of Motown, jazz and oldies were the sounds of their childhood. Growing up, the girls sang together in church and discovered their love for four-part harmony. With their self-made Jackson 5 cover of “Who’s Lovin’ You” on YouTube, the video sparked a devoted following and pushed the sisters to make their dreams a reality.
Their single “YOU” off their debut EP "90's Baby" re-imagined their favorite Hip-Hop and R&B classics. Premiering with Vibe Magazine, "YOU" was part of Complex’s "Best Songs of the Summer,” reaching over a million YouTube views and Spotify streams, launching a viral TikTok dance challenge with over a million videos driven by their rapidly growing fan base. Receiving national air play on FM and SiriusXM Radio led to performances at LA’s Power 106 Powerhouse, the BET Experience Coca Cola Stage, the Greek Theater, the El Rey, the World Of Dance Rising Star Stage at LA Convention Center and more. They were also invited to Staples Center to perform the opening day halftime show for the LA Sparks and the national anthem for their hometown team, the Los Angeles Lakers.
The sisters have appeared on The Voice, MTV's Top Pop Group, America's Got Talent and NBC’s Star Tomorrow where legendary producer David Foster likened them to En Vogue and TLC. Featured in various media outlets like Vibe, Complex, Fader and The Source, they were described as, “A breath of fresh air” according to Soul Train, “Break out artists” by Sway’s Universe and “Sisters breaking barriers with their voices” in a special NBC interview.
The JAZMIN Sisters are currently back in the studio working on their next project and are excited to share their heart, soul and sound with the world once again.