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Jasmine Villegas

Jasmine Villegas
Birth name Jasmine Marie Villegas
Also known as Jasmine V
Born (1993-12-07) December 7, 1993 (age 20)
Origin San Jose, California, U.S.
Genres R&B, pop, soul
Occupations Singer-songwriter, musician, actress, model
Years active 2003–present
Labels Interscope Records
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Jasmine Marie Villegas (born December 7, 1993), also referred to simply as Jasmine V, is an American R&B, pop singer. After many years of pursuing a career in music, she was signed to Sony Music at the age of 16.

Early life

Villegas has an older half brother, Robert, an older brother, Jream Andrew, a younger brother, Justin Philip, and a younger cousin, Stephanie V. She has Filipino, Mexican, German, Irish, Spanish, and Native American ancestry.[1]

Career

At the age of 9, Villegas accepted her first acting job, acting in a commercial for the hit animated feature The Land Before Time IX.[2] Her first professional singing gig was at age 11, when she performed the national anthem for the Los Angeles Clippers.[2] Later that year she signed with Damon Dash and worked extensively on a debut that was slated to feature collaborations from label-mate and former Missy Elliott protégée, Nicole Wray.[2] She made an appearance in Justin Bieber's music video for his hit single "Baby," and Bieber and Villegas were in a secret relationship which she revealed in an interview in April 2012.[3] She has made appearances in Justin's US tour and on the Kids' Choice Awards with him.[2]

[2] Villegas has also written with musician Nick Jonas.[4]

As of 2013, Jasmine V has recently signed to Interscope Records.[5]

Filmography

Guest starring appearances

Year Show Episode Role Notes
2003 My Wife and Kids Michael's Band Rachel Guest appearance
2004 The Land Before Time Dancing Girl Commercial/Music Video[2]
2004 Threat Matrix Extremist Makeover Daughter 1# Guest appearance
2004 Kellogg's Eggo Girl eating Eggo Commercial
2004 Stuff by Hilary Duff Girl Commercial
2005 Housebroken Lydia Main role alongside Selena Gomez
2006 The Nine Outsiders Tiffany Guest appearance
2007 That's So Raven Teacher's Pet Patty Guest appearance
2007-08 SOP music variety show Herself Partnered with Julie Anne San Jose

Music video appearances

Year Song Role Notes
2004 "Jesus Walks" by Kanye West Angel Cameo
2005 "How to Deal" by Frankie J Cameo
2008 "Kiss Me Through The Phone" (Remix) by Scooter Smiff feat. Jasmine V Smiff's love interest Main role
2009 "I Own This" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2010 "Serious" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2010 "Baby" by Justin Bieber Love interest Main role
2010 "Eenie Meenie" by Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber Party-goer Extra
2011 "All These Boys" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2011 "Natural" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2011 "Jealous" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2011 "My Girl" (Remix) by Mindless Behavior feat. Ciara, Tyga, Lil Twist Herself Cameo
2011 "Werk" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2011 "Just A Friend" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2012 "Slide Over" by Baby Bash Guy's love interest Main role
2012 "Didn't Mean It" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2013 "Paint A Smile" by Jasmine V Herself Main role
2013 "What U Like" by Jream Andrew Herself Main Role
2013 "Now Is The Time by Wally Lopez Herself Main Role
2013 "Masquerade" by Jasmine V Herself Main Role

Discography

Mixtapes

Title Album details
S(he) Be(lie)ve(d)
  • Released: September 20, 2011
  • Format: Free Download
  • Label: Mosci Music

Tracklist

# Song Length
1 Intro 0:03
2 "So Silly" (featuring Tyga) 4:22
3 "Masquerade" 2:59
4 "Just A Friend" 2:55
5 "Jealous" 3:46
6 Interlude 0:06
7 "Angel" 3:42
8 "This Isn't Love" 2:59
9 "Hello" (featuring Ryan Leslie) 4:27
10 "Werk" 3:21
11 "The Breakup Song" 2:59
12 Outro 0:07

Released singles

  • 2010: "Serious"
  • 2010: "All These Boys"
  • 2010: "Jealous"
  • 2010: "Werk"
  • 2011: "Natural"
  • 2011: "Just a Friend"
  • 2011: "Hello" feat. Ryan Leslie
  • 2012: "Didn't Mean It"
  • 2012: "Invincible"
  • 2013: "Paint A Smile"
  • 2013: "Breathe Your Love"
  • 2013: "Now Is The Time"

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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