“I simply wanted to be cool,” rising electronic music singer-songwriter Jasmine Sokko admitted in an e-mail interview with 8days.sg when we asked how she got started in music. However, her “shallowest reasoning” when she was 13 turned out to be “one of the best decisions ever made”. 

Fast forward 10 years, and the mysterious visor-wearing EDM producer now has a successful stint on China’s recently-concluded electronic music reality talent competition, Rave Now, under her belt. She was the only Singaporean and female contestant out of the show’s 15 participants, winning over the celeb mentors, Lay of K-pop group EXO and Norwegian superstar DJ Alan Walker.

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