Jasmine Marie Sullivan is an African-American singer/songwriter born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 9, 1987.Jasmine began her music career as a backup singer for Philadelphia International Records and later released her debut single “Need You Bad”, which was produced by Missy Elliot and reach #1 Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Some of her music influences include Lauryn Hill, Brandy, Changing Faces, and Kim Burrell. Her music consists of a variety of genres such as R&B, Reggae, dub, pop, jazz, and neo-soul. 

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Gabriella Gordon

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Prominent Disco Performers

  Disco became a popular style of music during the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. This genre of music was often played in urban nightlife

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Faith Evans

Faith Renee Evans was born on June 10, 1973 in Lakeland, Florida. She was raised in New Jersey and later moved to Los Angeles, California

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Pioneers of Techno

Techno is a defined as a form of electronic dance music originated in Detroit, Michigan during the mid 1980’s; it is a result of Chicago House

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Al Jarreau Outline

  Gabriella Gordon Survey of African American Music Dr.Johnson 22 October, 2017 Outline Al Jarreau Thesis Statement: Al Jarreau was a versatile, compassionate, and honorable

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