|Jasmine Sandlas Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4 in|
|Date of Birth||September 4, 1990|
Jasmine Sandlas is an Indian singer, rapper, television personality, performer, and songwriter who has mainly sung Punjabi songs. Her discography consists of songs like SIP SIP, Baddal, End Karade, Punjab De Javak, Mombatti, Punjabi Mutiyaran, LV Di Jean, Pyaar De Khamb, Tu, Machis, Musafira, Sara College, The Joke, Laddu, Veera, Vachari, Patt Lai Geya, Guglu Muglu, Gaana Challe Ya Na, and several others. Moreover, she has been a recipient of various accolades including the Brit Asia TV Music Awards.
Jasmine Kaur Sandlas
Jalandhar, Punjab, India
California, United States
After graduating from high school, she got enrolled in college to pursue a degree in psychology. She even went to a Pre-Law School.
Singer, Songwriter, Rapper, Television Personality, Performer
Gurpreet Singh has managed Jasmine Sandlas.
R&B, Punjabi rap, Hindustani classical music, Pop, Punjabi Folk
She has released her music via Sony Music India, Universal Music India, and Fresh Media Records.
5 ft 4 in or 163 cm
54 kg or 119 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She is of Punjabi descent.
Dark Brown (Natural)
She loves to dye her hair in bright and eye-catching hues such as ‘Red’.
- Curvaceous figure
- Often sports red hair
- Flashy fashion sense
Best Known For
- Being one of the leading and most popular young Punjabi singers
- The popularity of her Punjabi singles such as Bamb Jatt, LV di Jean and Illegal Weapon
In March 2010, she released her first studio album, The Diamond.
Jasmine Sandlas Facts
- While studying in school, she won several singing competitions.
- When she was 13 years old, her family decided to move to California and due to her Californian upbringing, there is a distinct touch of West Coast music in her work.
- She began writing songs when she was 16 years old.
- She started her career in 2014 when she provided her vocals to the song “Yaar Na Miley” in the Hindi film Kick. As the song went viral, she was nominated at the 7th Mirchi Music Awards in the “Upcoming Female Vocalist of The Year” category.
- In 2018, she won the Brit Asia TV Music Award for “Best Female Act” while she again bagged the award in 2019 in the “Best International Female Act” category.
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