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Jessi’s distinctive and memorable voice plus glamorous attire compliment her heartfelt performances and make her an incredible entertainer with a radiant personality who captures all audiences. Often compared to Natalie Cole and Etta James and La Lupe in her vocal style, she is indisputably an exceptional talent.

Born in New York of Latin descent, Jessi Campo started singing and writing songs on her guitar at a young age and has become an accomplished bilingual Singer/Songwriter  and recording artist with 4 albums and 5 music videos. Jessi’s specialty is to capture a memorable moment through her lyrics and interpretations so that each person who is present feels her music and relives an experience.

Inspired by her father Giovanni a Cuban performer who shared stages with many famous Latin American performers and Legendary Icons like  Tito Puente, Peres Prado, Beny More, Josephine Baker and many more.  Jessi has also been motivated by the stories her father told her about life as an artist in the 50’s and 60’s in Cuba and New York.

Embracing her Cuban roots in 2016″La Pasion de La Lupe  album was recorded, with passion and heart as a tribute to the Cuban Diva la Lupe, filled with classic Cuban Boleros plus an original song written for her father “Vivio La Vida”.  Staying true to the timeless music of Boleros and produced by Jose D Velazquez this album captured the essence of the Cuban sound with a crossover fusion of Jazz and Blues that is undeniable in Jessi’s vocal interpretation. Collaborating with musicians from Miami, Spain and Los Angeles was the special element that put the finishing touch on this project.

The first single Que Te Pedi, backed up by a lyric and Official music video, as well as La Tirana received radio play on WDNA Miami, WMNF Tampa,WHCR NYC and in countries in South America like Bolivia, Peru and Chile.

 
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