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Judge for Janelle Nadine

Tallahassee, FL
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Portrait of Janelle Nadine
Some might call it luck, some may even call it timing but where I come from we call it grinding and staying focuses to you’re career goals. Janelle Nadine is a true workhorse, the 25-year-old Florida native is a persistent blur when it comes to song writing and working in the studio. This new rising star writer, who started off in the Tallahassee studio of George Clinton, is just what the music industry is missing “a true 80’s baby” with a wonderful voice & cognizant since of music history. The songwriter has a soulful sound with a mixture of Latin flare, having a Dominican mother, Janelle Nadine’s song writing style is a new collaboration of spicy R&B. If you were fans of R&B greats like Xscape & SWV than Janelle Nadine is you’re girl.

Janelle Nadine has wasted little time by working hard to build an extensive catalog by working with producers from all walks of genres. She has already worked with Dee Jay Dana (produced for Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Young Joc, Guerilla Zoe, and Atlanta’s own Boyz-N-Da-Hood), TMACK (Produced for 8Ball & MJG, Novakane, Slim/112), Kenjo (Grammy Award winning producer), Drum Majorz (Produced for Yung L.A., Rich Boy, Nelly, O.J. Da Juiceman), and Ole-E (produced for Field Mob, etc.).

From the beginning of her musical journey to writing and making her own music today, Janelle Nadine’s path has been filled with many ups and downs. But, those experiences blossom into stories that she channels to create her sound.