She has done everything from singing in front of 63,000 screaming fans at a college football venue to “Showtime at the Apollo”, High Schools, hospitals, multiple National Anthems for professional sports teams and appearances around the University of Florida. The exposure to the entertainment industry at such a young age has given this articulate, vibrant and determined young woman the ability to “hold her own” in today’s music business. She can light up the stage with her high-energy performances and will mesmerize your senses with a sound that leaves you wanting more. Jer-Z has a signature sound of her own.
Her songs all capture her incredible vocal strength with an emphasis on harmonies and backgrounds. She has defined her own style which commands “true singing.” Jer-Z wants to be known as an artist that leaves the audience in awe of her voice and one that recognizes her ability to truly entertain. She is extremely passionate about inspiring people through her music. Exclusively written by Jer-Z herself, her debut album hosts songs that were inspired by personal life experiences.
Press comments and articles quote Jer-Z as having a “bluesy edge”, a “Demi Diva”, “a true songstress” (Dallas Morning News). Once featured in STAR magazine quoting her as “ready to battle in the competitive world of music!” after meeting her at the Kids Choice Awards in Los Angeles, 2003. Prior to music Jer-Z got her feet wet in acting and modeling. She appeared in both newspaper and magazine ads representing multiple companies one of which was Disney.
Jer-Z had reoccurring appearances on the PBS show “Wishbone” as Emily Barnes and had a lead role in a pilot called “Camp AOK”. Once Valedictorian of her class, Jer-Z continues to set and achieve her goals in order to be a positive role model. Because of her driven and goal-oriented personality, you can look forward to her accomplishments with high expectations and anticipation! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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