Janelle Nadine's determination can be described as an unstoppable freight train. This singer/songwriter doesn't take a break and the success she encounters launches her to the next phase in making her vision reality. Janelle grew up surrounded by music. Both her father, grandfather and great grandfather were musicians and she says there were many nights when the live music of her father's band was the last thing she heard as she went to sleep at night.
The love of music let Janelle to begin writing and singing songs in her early childhood. Her influences span over all genres from Tom Petty, Jimmy Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac, Janice Joplin, Lee Scratch Perry, Jodeci, Xscape, SWV, Lauryn Hill and many more.
When it comes to her music Janelle says ""I write what I feel and I write about what I've been through. It's hard for me to pick a favorite genre or style. I just go with the mood of the moment.""
In 2002, Janelle lost her father who was also her musical mentor. Though she was devastated, the loss pushed her to hustle harder and push more for her goals.
Recording tracks in George Clinton's studio with Steve Boyd was the first step in her journey. With her demo leading the way, she connected with 360 Music Studio as her home based studio in Tallahassee. At 360 Janelle was introduced to powerhouse producers such as Sherm Davis and Skeeter. She also began recording with experienced engineer/producer Gfat who as Janelle notes ""raised me in the mic booth"". Since then Janelle has worked with producers such as T-Mac (who's worked with ""Slim"" of 112 and the notorious duo, MJG and 8Ball), Drum Majors ATL (placements with Yung L.A., Shawty Lo, Mullage, Skull Gang, Rich Boy), 706 Hitz, Deejay Dana (Bad Boy South) Marc Beatmonster, Swift Kick Music Group, and many more.
Even with all she's already done anyone who hears her music knows that this is only the beginning for this talented vocalist.
Song is strictly a feel good song for the ladies to get loose and have fun.
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