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JACNIQUE...sensationally soulful, jazzy, sultry siren. 2014 Artist In Music Awards nominee for “Best Jazz Artist”. 2013 Eliunn Award winner in association with Orphans In The Storm for “Excellence in the Arts”. 2013 Los Angeles Music Awards nominee for “Jazz Artist of The Year”. 2013 Hollywood Music in Media Awards nominee, in the genre of Jazz, for her song, “Sunrise”. 2011 winner of 2 Black Music Awards, “Best Neo-Soul Artist” and “Best Urban Soul Artist”. 2011 Los Angeles Music Awards winner, Producer's Choice “Jazz Album of The Year” for her debut album, Trial By Fire. (Previous Producers Choice winners include No Doubt, The Black Eyed Peas, System of A Down and Sugar Ray.)

It was once said that, “only passions, great passions can elevate the soul to great things”. The very essence of that statement is reflected in the mind, body, soul, and music of Jacnique Harris-Love. Known to her fans simply as Jacnique (pronounced Zsa’nique).

This sensual, soulful songstress embodies all the qualities of a natural superstar. She is an avid songwriter, pristine vocalist, sensational performer and a runway renaissance woman. With graceful elegance, seductive sensuality, sassy sophistication, and a truly beautiful voice that seems to trace the very beat of your heart; she sends her audiences into a hypnotic frenzy. Her sultry soul music represents a harmonic groove in a world full of ambient noise and sound. Jacnique does not get by on an image or any gimmicks, she is exactly the person you see & hear on stage. She eats, sleeps, and breathes the musical passion, vocal artistry, class, grace, beauty & essence of what it is to be Jacnique.

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”The title track on her EP, “Rise In Love,” has a breezy, island feel to it, perfect for contemporary radio listening. The soft and ethereal vocals on the track are reminiscent of the great Brazilian singers, like Flora Purim, who enchanted the jazz and fusion scene in the 80’s and 90’s. Jacnique’s voice serves as an R&B counterpoint instrument over a Brazilian/Latin feel. “The title track, “Rise In Love,” really means a lot to me, because when I first started writing this record, I was really going through a lot,” she said. “I was going through the end of a marriage and the beginning of a divorce and really pushing through as an independent artist and doing shows, being in the public eye.” But that process was not easy

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