Canadian singer, Jemini, makes music with producer Barry O'Hare

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Up-and-coming singer Jemini, describes herself as "one big bubble of enthsiam" as she makes preparations to visit Jamaica later this month to do some studio work with highly acclaimed producer, Barry O'Hare.

Although it will be a short visit, Jemini, who is also putting together her debut album, intends to make the most of this opportunity.

"I've always wanted to work with Jamaican producers in Jamaica and Barry O'Hare is legendary. I must send a big shout out to Chardavid (Iley Dread) for making all of  this possible," said Jemini, who was born in Canada to Jamaican parents.

Now working alongside Chardavid's Kings of King outfit, the Canada-based Jemini has steadily been earning her musical stripes as she takes her place as a conscious singer whose lyrics are laced with reality. Her most recent outing was at the Montreal International Reggae Festival, where she held her own as she opened for Chardavid and performed in front of thousands of reggae-loving fans.

"It was my second time performing on the festival, but this time around I was so much more confident and felt immense pride to be waving the reggae flag high," declares Jemini, who also sings R&B.

A singer and song-writer who also happens to be a nurse and a marketer, Jemini  is poised to transcend the music scene with her soulful brand of lovers rock and roots reggae music. Her debut track, No Turning Back, has been well recieved and is in  rotation on reggae playlists world-wide. She also has a collaboration with Chardavid, which will be released next month.

The video for No Turning Back was shot on location in New York by renowned director Berman Fenelus ( who has also worked with the likes of Chris Brown, Busta Ryhmes, Gyptian and the Victoria Secret brand just to name a few.

On the performance side, Jemini has spread her wings throughout North America and has worked on the Montreal Reggae Festival, the annual birthday celebration of HIM Haile Selassie in Toronto, opened for Rev Jesse Jackson in Denver Colorado, USA, and is scheduled for Detroit on October 7 for World Peace Day. She is also booked for Trenton, Ontario, to perform for the Canadian Troops on Rememberance Day in November.

A humanitarian, Jemini received the York Region Police Award for Black History Month in Canada earlier this year.