Fascinated by human connection, singer-producer Jasmine Sokko celebrates emotional vulnerability through her songwriting. As a native of the digital world, she concocts an euphoric blend of upbeat yet apocalyptic melancholia, where emotional refuge is unexpectedly found on the dance floor.
Spotify Singapore named her debut single "1057" as "the must-listen local track of the day" and it became the #1 song on the platform's Top 50 Viral chart in October 2016. Her debut Nº EP, released on 21 September 2017, brought forth the breakout hit "600D" with over 2.5 million streams under its belt. In 2018, her single "F5" was commissioned as the theme song for Japanese media company ABC Horizon for their travelogue series SensAsia and has clocked more than 1.7 million streams on Spotify.
On August 24, 2018, Jasmine released her first major label debut "HURT." The summer smash placed her in the limelight where it crossed 1 million streams on Spotify within a month of its release. The pop banger not only topped the Hot 20 charts on Singapore's #1 youth music radio station 987, but it has also been covered by Billboard (US) and South China Morning Post (Hong Kong). Together with the stunning visuals of its music video, "HURT" has undeniably established Jasmine Sokko as a pop auteur to be reckoned with.
Continuing her dominance in Asia, Jasmine Sokko took part in Rave Now, China's hottest electronic music reality show in December 2018. Finishing among the Top 4 with some of the most stellar performances seen in the entire season (over 42.5 million views so far), Jasmine Sokko was the only female singer/producer and the only Singaporean contestant to compete at the finale on February 1, 2019. Since her debut appearance on the show, her social media presence in China has skyrocketed, gaining over 65K followers on Weibo just over 6 weeks.
On March 1, 2019, Jasmine Sokko returns with a huge bang with her comeback single, "TIRED." The song marks her first release in 6 months since "HURT" and will continue the sonic story arch for the rest of the year, as she preps a series of releases leading up to her second EP.
Since her debut in September 2016, Jasmine Sokko has played at festivals like Ultra Music Festival Singapore 2017 and opened for international music acts like The Chainsmokers, MØ and Lauv.