By Lauren Robinson A.K.A Nobody’s Millennium
Abby Jasmine, 19-year-old Staten Island native who first began her rap career with comedic viral videos across multiple social media platforms, such as Vine. Collectively she has over 700,000 followers on Instagram, Twitter, and Musical.ly because of her freestyle rap videos, parodies, and short skits. Jasmine’s first song titled, “Long Live”, released earlier in 2018, was a freestyle over rapper Baka’s “Live Up to My Name.”
In an interview with Report Card Radio, Jasmine stated that being the daughter of a pastor, she got her first love of music in church. In an interview with All Def Music, Jasmine states that both her parents sing, which furthered her interest in music. Her dad has a recording studio in their home, so she grew up around music her entire life. As Jasmine got older she decided to take music more seriously, to the point of putting her Vine career behind her. In the summer of 2017 she was signed to Cinematic Music Group. A lot of her music can be found on both Soundcloud and Youtube – but no official album has been released. Her debut EP is expected to be shared with the world in late 2018.
Jasmine’s sound gives her an amazing opportunity to possibly be one of the few female artists in a trap sounding genre to produce something great sonically and lyrically alongside her male peers like Lil’ Yachty.