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Aug
17
Jass Bianchi @ Dick's Last Resort

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Aug
15
Jass Bianchi @ The Middle East Corner

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Aug
10
Jass Bianchi @ Church Nightclub

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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Some of the renowned featured musicians include Shea Rose (Boston), Nikolas Metaxas .... I will be performing alongside HOLi MOLi and Mr. Julius Jones. - SheaRose.com


Some of the renowned featured musicians include Shea Rose (Boston), Nikolas Metaxas .... I will be performing alongside HOLi MOLi and Mr. Julius Jones. - SheaRose.com


Supporting Acts: Melodeego
HOli MOli

Hip-Hop Vocals- Jass Bianchi Singing Vocals, Keyboard, Violin- Nicole Alexandra Synths & Keyboard- Jaime Chan Bass Guitar- Rich Lynch Drums- Jesse Weiss - CBS LOCAL


Supporting Acts: Melodeego
HOli MOli

Hip-Hop Vocals- Jass Bianchi Singing Vocals, Keyboard, Violin- Nicole Alexandra Synths & Keyboard- Jaime Chan Bass Guitar- Rich Lynch Drums- Jesse Weiss - CBS LOCAL


I'm headlining a show with my band at Tommy Doyles in Harvard Square, Cambridge MA
April 9th!
Doors 8pm
18+

Pre Sale tickets: $8
At the door tickets: $10

Lineup:
The Light Hearted 9pm
The Goods 9:45pm
Nicole Alexandra 10:30pm
Lauren Hurley 11:30pm

Featuring special guest Jass Bianchi! You don't want to miss this! - PINEVENTS.COM


I'm headlining a show with my band at Tommy Doyles in Harvard Square, Cambridge MA
April 9th!
Doors 8pm
18+

Pre Sale tickets: $8
At the door tickets: $10

Lineup:
The Light Hearted 9pm
The Goods 9:45pm
Nicole Alexandra 10:30pm
Lauren Hurley 11:30pm

Featuring special guest Jass Bianchi! You don't want to miss this! - PINEVENTS.COM


Tall MIDGET presents "TOAST N FLOW" Mini Artist Series Tour

6/20 HOli MOli @ Middle East Corner (Cambridge MA)
W/ Jon Willis, A Period & Main Aim, Moody Mula

MIDDLE EAST CORNER
Doors open @ 9pm
Show starts @ 9:30pm
18+
TIX: $7 presale
$10 DOOR
For more info please contact JASS BIANCHI @ 917.280.5918

NOTE: Toast N Flow Tour is every 3rd Thursday of the month. - LOCALMUSICVIBE.COM


Tall MIDGET presents "TOAST N FLOW" Mini Artist Series Tour

6/20 HOli MOli @ Middle East Corner (Cambridge MA)
W/ Jon Willis, A Period & Main Aim, Moody Mula

MIDDLE EAST CORNER
Doors open @ 9pm
Show starts @ 9:30pm
18+
TIX: $7 presale
$10 DOOR
For more info please contact JASS BIANCHI @ 917.280.5918

NOTE: Toast N Flow Tour is every 3rd Thursday of the month. - LOCALMUSICVIBE.COM


EVENT DETAILS
Supporting Acts: Melodeego
HOli MOli

Hip-Hop Vocals- Jass Bianchi Singing Vocals, Keyboard, Violin- Nicole Alexandra Synths & Keyboard- Jaime Chan Bass Guitar- Rich Lynch Drums- Jesse Weiss - BOSTON MAGAZINE


EVENT DETAILS
Supporting Acts: Melodeego
HOli MOli

Hip-Hop Vocals- Jass Bianchi Singing Vocals, Keyboard, Violin- Nicole Alexandra Synths & Keyboard- Jaime Chan Bass Guitar- Rich Lynch Drums- Jesse Weiss - BOSTON MAGAZINE


Othello of D_cyphernauts hit me with this female MC named Jass Bianchi at one of the many Enter The Cipher events I went to. Had to scour the internet to find this mixtape that was no longer available for download from her MySpace page. I'm telling you. If you're gonna have one, keep it up to date. Never know who's trying to get your music. Haha. Check it... - THE MAD BLOGGERS- OC Supreme


Othello of D_cyphernauts hit me with this female MC named Jass Bianchi at one of the many Enter The Cipher events I went to. Had to scour the internet to find this mixtape that was no longer available for download from her MySpace page. I'm telling you. If you're gonna have one, keep it up to date. Never know who's trying to get your music. Haha. Check it... - THE MAD BLOGGERS- OC Supreme


Jass Bianchi to perform at Southpaw in Brooklyn, NY. - IHEARTDILLA.COM


Jass Bianchi to perform at Southpaw in Brooklyn, NY. - IHEARTDILLA.COM


iHD x TMB are coming together to bring you a monthly showcase right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Come out and support!

Music provided by DJ Wayne Ski

Performances by:

Brokn.Englsh
G.R.A.M.Z.
Trezure
Jass Bianchi

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. show starts on TIME at 8:00 p.m.

$10.00 entry

18 and up 21 to drink

Let’s have a great time together!

Press Inquiries please email info@iheartdilla.com

http://iheartdilla.com/ihd/
http://www.themadbloggers.com/ - BEAT MINAZ RADIO- DJWAYNESKI.COM


iHD x TMB are coming together to bring you a monthly showcase right in the heart of Brooklyn, New York. Come out and support!

Music provided by DJ Wayne Ski

Performances by:

Brokn.Englsh
G.R.A.M.Z.
Trezure
Jass Bianchi

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. show starts on TIME at 8:00 p.m.

$10.00 entry

18 and up 21 to drink

Let’s have a great time together!

Press Inquiries please email info@iheartdilla.com

http://iheartdilla.com/ihd/
http://www.themadbloggers.com/ - BEAT MINAZ RADIO- DJWAYNESKI.COM


Got this joint a few days ago and played it 2 times straight the first time I heard it. Jass got skills. This album is extremely smooth sounding. Check for yourself. - THE MAD BLOGGERS- OC Supreme


Got this joint a few days ago and played it 2 times straight the first time I heard it. Jass got skills. This album is extremely smooth sounding. Check for yourself. - THE MAD BLOGGERS- OC Supreme


01 - Signature Meanroe - She Will
02 - Rogue Venom - Spaced Out
03 - Nikki NTU - Muse
04 - Kay Young - The Smell of Winter
05 - Tasha (T) Yoon Mi-Rae - Meditation
06 - Pumpkin - Depuis Le Sofa
07 - Artis Noka - The Composition
08 - DebOnAir - Persuasion
09 - Aisha Sekhmet - Gunpowder
10 - Ether L Banks - Inevitable
11 - Rogue Venom - Revenge
12 - Nikki NTU - Time Lords
13 - Mecca Starr - No Sell Outs
14 - Omega Alphatoids - Roaches
15 - Rissa - Key To The Soul
16 - Jass Bianchi - Some Days
17 - Lady Essence - What I'm Feelin'
18 - Masia One - Milktruck Man
19 - Illfamed (Mala Fama) - Check The Flow
20 - Tasha (T) Yoon Mi-Rae - Memories...(Smiling Tears) - The Illest Female Rappers BLOG


01 - Signature Meanroe - She Will
02 - Rogue Venom - Spaced Out
03 - Nikki NTU - Muse
04 - Kay Young - The Smell of Winter
05 - Tasha (T) Yoon Mi-Rae - Meditation
06 - Pumpkin - Depuis Le Sofa
07 - Artis Noka - The Composition
08 - DebOnAir - Persuasion
09 - Aisha Sekhmet - Gunpowder
10 - Ether L Banks - Inevitable
11 - Rogue Venom - Revenge
12 - Nikki NTU - Time Lords
13 - Mecca Starr - No Sell Outs
14 - Omega Alphatoids - Roaches
15 - Rissa - Key To The Soul
16 - Jass Bianchi - Some Days
17 - Lady Essence - What I'm Feelin'
18 - Masia One - Milktruck Man
19 - Illfamed (Mala Fama) - Check The Flow
20 - Tasha (T) Yoon Mi-Rae - Memories...(Smiling Tears) - The Illest Female Rappers BLOG


Jass Bianchi was born in Danbury, Connecticut in 1984, grew up in Newtown, and then moved to Yonkers, New York in 2003. She began writing at the age of 11, and the poet turned “femcee” (female emcee), is currently residing in East Boston, Massachusetts, where she is working on her debut album, H.E.R. Bianchi will be performing in the city she was born in as the headliner for Club LUSH’s “Girl’s Night Out” event on Friday, November 16.

The 28-year-old, who holds a degree in communications from Riverdale, New York’s College of Mount Saint Vincent, is a strong advocate for education.

“I can’t stress enough about how important education is,” Bianchi said in a phone interview. “It furthers you, education is power.” Bianchi’s knowledge of the hip hop industry comes directly from her experience of working for Manhattan’s Koch Records in 2004, a label that has since been renamed E1 Music and represents a myriad of artists from various genres.

Behind-the-scenes false representation is what Bianchi seeks to reverse as an artist. Bianchi’s lifestyle events company, Tall Midget, strives to produce original sound and efficient marketing of their artists and collaborators. The company, founded by Bianchi and graffiti artist Map One, is set to release its latest set of music videos and is currently booking shows while working with a group of young entrepreneurs as they launch a new clothing line.“The aim is to be effective,” Bianchi explained.


Bianchi spoke about life in the studio and her current project, H.E.R, a counter to Common’s classic hip hop track “I Used to Love H.E.R.” from his 1994 Resurrection album.



Bianchi’s musical influences range from rock to jazz. She explained how being raised on motown, 90s hip hop, and R&B shaped her own sound, what she describes as ‘musical poetry’. Bianchi believes the current state of her music is directly influenced by the artists and musicians that surround her. Her previous mix tapes, Poetic Authority, produced in 2011, and 2010's Jassanova, cover the darker aspects of human nature – the tracks “Some Days” and “It’s Complicated” narrate the story of domestic violence from both male and female perspectives. Bianchi’s themes also span through hopes and dreams in tracks “From Me to You” and “Hello”.

“Music is all about your view and perspective,” Bianchi said, and went on to say that her worldview has been shaped and driven by the many facets of human life and experience. “You can’t deny what is in front of you.”

During the interview, Bianchi spoke about life in the studio and her current project, H.E.R, a counter to Common’s classic hip hop track “I Used to Love H.E.R.” from his 1994 Resurrection album. H.E.R will feature violinist and singer Nicole Alexandra and Harlem hip hop artist DROYD on tracks produced by SINIMA, Aleppo, and CHEMIST, to name only a few producers. A 2013 release is anticipated.

“This album will showcase the dexterity, beauty, and point of view of women both universally and within the realm of the hip hop industry,” Bianchi said. Themes on H.E.R. will include feminism, artistic growth, and how, in her own experience, love is both the base of creative energy and her perseverance as an artist. - MERCURIAL MAGAZINE- Alles Jayne


Jass Bianchi was born in Danbury, Connecticut in 1984, grew up in Newtown, and then moved to Yonkers, New York in 2003. She began writing at the age of 11, and the poet turned “femcee” (female emcee), is currently residing in East Boston, Massachusetts, where she is working on her debut album, H.E.R. Bianchi will be performing in the city she was born in as the headliner for Club LUSH’s “Girl’s Night Out” event on Friday, November 16.

The 28-year-old, who holds a degree in communications from Riverdale, New York’s College of Mount Saint Vincent, is a strong advocate for education.

“I can’t stress enough about how important education is,” Bianchi said in a phone interview. “It furthers you, education is power.” Bianchi’s knowledge of the hip hop industry comes directly from her experience of working for Manhattan’s Koch Records in 2004, a label that has since been renamed E1 Music and represents a myriad of artists from various genres.

Behind-the-scenes false representation is what Bianchi seeks to reverse as an artist. Bianchi’s lifestyle events company, Tall Midget, strives to produce original sound and efficient marketing of their artists and collaborators. The company, founded by Bianchi and graffiti artist Map One, is set to release its latest set of music videos and is currently booking shows while working with a group of young entrepreneurs as they launch a new clothing line.“The aim is to be effective,” Bianchi explained.


Bianchi spoke about life in the studio and her current project, H.E.R, a counter to Common’s classic hip hop track “I Used to Love H.E.R.” from his 1994 Resurrection album.



Bianchi’s musical influences range from rock to jazz. She explained how being raised on motown, 90s hip hop, and R&B shaped her own sound, what she describes as ‘musical poetry’. Bianchi believes the current state of her music is directly influenced by the artists and musicians that surround her. Her previous mix tapes, Poetic Authority, produced in 2011, and 2010's Jassanova, cover the darker aspects of human nature – the tracks “Some Days” and “It’s Complicated” narrate the story of domestic violence from both male and female perspectives. Bianchi’s themes also span through hopes and dreams in tracks “From Me to You” and “Hello”.

“Music is all about your view and perspective,” Bianchi said, and went on to say that her worldview has been shaped and driven by the many facets of human life and experience. “You can’t deny what is in front of you.”

During the interview, Bianchi spoke about life in the studio and her current project, H.E.R, a counter to Common’s classic hip hop track “I Used to Love H.E.R.” from his 1994 Resurrection album. H.E.R will feature violinist and singer Nicole Alexandra and Harlem hip hop artist DROYD on tracks produced by SINIMA, Aleppo, and CHEMIST, to name only a few producers. A 2013 release is anticipated.

“This album will showcase the dexterity, beauty, and point of view of women both universally and within the realm of the hip hop industry,” Bianchi said. Themes on H.E.R. will include feminism, artistic growth, and how, in her own experience, love is both the base of creative energy and her perseverance as an artist. - MERCURIAL MAGAZINE- Alles Jayne


Alright all you Soul Fans and Funkateers out there, it's about that time again, when me and The Nephrok! Allstars set some butts on fire on a Saturday Night! Atwood's Tavern (my favorite Cambridge Venue by FAR) is hosting us once again, BUT!! This time I got somethin' real special for ya. We have an amazing artist residing amongst us in Boston now. Her name is JASS BIANCHI and she is easily the illest female emcee I have ever heard. She will be opening for The Nephrok! Allstars with her band HOLi MOLi and I couldn't be more excited! She may be new on the regular Boston scene, but she's is not "new" by any means. Jass has been rippin mics and killin' shows for a long time time now all over New York, CT, and beyond. She just moved here so let's give her a warm welcome to Boston's thrivin' music culture/scene. You already know how hard The Nephrok! Allstars bring it, and this show will be no different. Joining me Nephrok! & Kit Holliday on Vocals is Peter MacLean on Drums, Steve Cuoco on Bass, Van Martin on Guitar, Yusaku Yoshimura on Keys, Eric Schindler & Ben Smeltzer on Horns and a handful of superstar special guests.
http://youtu.be/RUMPTqm2uwg
- NephRok Allstars Blog


Alright all you Soul Fans and Funkateers out there, it's about that time again, when me and The Nephrok! Allstars set some butts on fire on a Saturday Night! Atwood's Tavern (my favorite Cambridge Venue by FAR) is hosting us once again, BUT!! This time I got somethin' real special for ya. We have an amazing artist residing amongst us in Boston now. Her name is JASS BIANCHI and she is easily the illest female emcee I have ever heard. She will be opening for The Nephrok! Allstars with her band HOLi MOLi and I couldn't be more excited! She may be new on the regular Boston scene, but she's is not "new" by any means. Jass has been rippin mics and killin' shows for a long time time now all over New York, CT, and beyond. She just moved here so let's give her a warm welcome to Boston's thrivin' music culture/scene. You already know how hard The Nephrok! Allstars bring it, and this show will be no different. Joining me Nephrok! & Kit Holliday on Vocals is Peter MacLean on Drums, Steve Cuoco on Bass, Van Martin on Guitar, Yusaku Yoshimura on Keys, Eric Schindler & Ben Smeltzer on Horns and a handful of superstar special guests.
http://youtu.be/RUMPTqm2uwg
- NephRok Allstars Blog


DANBURY -- A Music and Arts Benefit Concert is planned for Friday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Cafe Eclipse, 40 Elm St.

Sandy Hook Elementary School alumna Caitlin Martin, 28, whose stage name is Jass Bianchi, organized the benefit to raise money for the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

The corps plans to build a new ambulance garage on the Fairfield Hills campus in Newtown.

Martin, who now lives in Boston, grew up in Newtown, and her fellow musicians participating are either from the town or have local ties.

Bands set to perform include Jass Bianchi & HOLi MOLi, Jon Willis, OTIS, Two Fisted Law, Shepherd's Pie, DJ Mo Niklz, Waking Elliot, Sketch Tha Cataclysm, Emjae, Tony Cankles, Deuce Bug, Political Animals and Brick Records recording artist Blacastan.

Newtown resident Joe Proc will perform his tribute song "Angels Ascend," which was recently broadcast on CNN. Music coordinator for the night is Pam Janutolo of Asbestos Records.

Martin explained how the benefit came about.

"My mother (Kathleen Martin) was on the board (of the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps), and when I spoke to the assistant chief, she told me about building the garage.

"There are a lot of friends who established fundraisers for various causes, but none were for building the garage," she said.

In addition to music, the event will showcase visual art. Michael Angel Perez, of Tall MIDGET, is heading this project, which consists of 26 pieces constructed by 26 artists in honor of the victims who lost their lives in Sandy Hook Elementary School.

The artwork will be displayed and auctioned off during the course of the night.

All ages are welcome. To get a ticket in advance for a $15 minimum donation, visit ourtownconcert.com. For more information and tickets, visit www.ourtownconcert.com. - THE NEWS TIMES


DANBURY -- A Music and Arts Benefit Concert is planned for Friday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Cafe Eclipse, 40 Elm St.

Sandy Hook Elementary School alumna Caitlin Martin, 28, whose stage name is Jass Bianchi, organized the benefit to raise money for the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

The corps plans to build a new ambulance garage on the Fairfield Hills campus in Newtown.

Martin, who now lives in Boston, grew up in Newtown, and her fellow musicians participating are either from the town or have local ties.

Bands set to perform include Jass Bianchi & HOLi MOLi, Jon Willis, OTIS, Two Fisted Law, Shepherd's Pie, DJ Mo Niklz, Waking Elliot, Sketch Tha Cataclysm, Emjae, Tony Cankles, Deuce Bug, Political Animals and Brick Records recording artist Blacastan.

Newtown resident Joe Proc will perform his tribute song "Angels Ascend," which was recently broadcast on CNN. Music coordinator for the night is Pam Janutolo of Asbestos Records.

Martin explained how the benefit came about.

"My mother (Kathleen Martin) was on the board (of the Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps), and when I spoke to the assistant chief, she told me about building the garage.

"There are a lot of friends who established fundraisers for various causes, but none were for building the garage," she said.

In addition to music, the event will showcase visual art. Michael Angel Perez, of Tall MIDGET, is heading this project, which consists of 26 pieces constructed by 26 artists in honor of the victims who lost their lives in Sandy Hook Elementary School.

The artwork will be displayed and auctioned off during the course of the night.

All ages are welcome. To get a ticket in advance for a $15 minimum donation, visit ourtownconcert.com. For more information and tickets, visit www.ourtownconcert.com. - THE NEWS TIMES


Lets just get right into it. When you think of rappers from Yonkers you think of Jadakiss, Styles P, DMX possibly Tyler the creator and a few other cat’s. Never would you imagine a cute lil white girl making a name for herself on the same streets as The Queen of Hip Hop herself…No not Queen Latifah, the other Queen… Mary J Blige. But Jass Bianchi AKA Tall Midget does’t need to drop names to shine. Her music speaks for itself. Real Hip Hop heads could care less who you know or what color your skin is as long as you do one thing and that is make good music. Bianchi is doing just that. Even though her Reverb Nation page is lacking and the single she’s currently pushing is not my fav :( the other tracks like “Do You” “Hello” and “Some Days” make up for it. Don’t get me wrong her current single “Girls Night Out” is cool but after hearing “I avoid rappin – I stay poetic so – gimmie credit like I got no debit” made the decision easy for me. The next track “Hello” is quickly becoming my favorite as we speak. “I gotta make sure that my futures bright even if it means that I work all night” is on point and works with the smooth production. Finally we get a taste of a strange love story that will have you wanting to see a video to put the story together but a true MC can take you there without a video.

Check her out…Let us know what you think. - SWURVRADIO


Lets just get right into it. When you think of rappers from Yonkers you think of Jadakiss, Styles P, DMX possibly Tyler the creator and a few other cat’s. Never would you imagine a cute lil white girl making a name for herself on the same streets as The Queen of Hip Hop herself…No not Queen Latifah, the other Queen… Mary J Blige. But Jass Bianchi AKA Tall Midget does’t need to drop names to shine. Her music speaks for itself. Real Hip Hop heads could care less who you know or what color your skin is as long as you do one thing and that is make good music. Bianchi is doing just that. Even though her Reverb Nation page is lacking and the single she’s currently pushing is not my fav :( the other tracks like “Do You” “Hello” and “Some Days” make up for it. Don’t get me wrong her current single “Girls Night Out” is cool but after hearing “I avoid rappin – I stay poetic so – gimmie credit like I got no debit” made the decision easy for me. The next track “Hello” is quickly becoming my favorite as we speak. “I gotta make sure that my futures bright even if it means that I work all night” is on point and works with the smooth production. Finally we get a taste of a strange love story that will have you wanting to see a video to put the story together but a true MC can take you there without a video.

Check her out…Let us know what you think. - SWURVRADIO


People always ask, where are the ladies of hip hop? i say we are around if u look and take the time to listen to what they have to say. I don't have a bio on Jass but sometimes u don't need one because the music speaks for it self. Off Jass Bianchi's H.E.R. Album due to drop in March 2011. Her mixtape being posted soon, so stay tuned for more..real hip hop forever! Video Directed by IN UNISON Media Productions. Produced by Julia Carias of Sister Outsider Entertainment. Beat production by NNVA Productions. Sponsored by N.U.B Clothing & Fury 5ive Clothing & 10DEEP Clothing. - RealHipHop4Eva- La Chinita


"I find it hopeful and wonderful when a young person brings skills and wit into the cipher. I jump for a joy when a young woman does this. Jass (pronounced Jazz) Bianchi comes off like a veteran on the mic." - Selfra Blogspot- Dan Tres Omi


"I find it hopeful and wonderful when a young person brings skills and wit into the cipher. I jump for a joy when a young woman does this. Jass (pronounced Jazz) Bianchi comes off like a veteran on the mic." - Selfra Blogspot- Dan Tres Omi


"The show was eclectic with all genre’s of hip hop represented including Ms. Bianchi’s own dope group HOli MOli who took the stage later on in the evening." - ALLHIPHOP.COM


"The show was eclectic with all genre’s of hip hop represented including Ms. Bianchi’s own dope group HOli MOli who took the stage later on in the evening." - ALLHIPHOP.COM


Discography


VENUES PLAYED:
Wonderbar Allston, MA
Chiantis Beverly, MA
Lizard Lounge Boston MA
CHURCH Boston, MA
Emmanuel College Boston, MA
Brandy Pete's Boston, MA
Beehive Cafe Boston, MA
KING's Boston, MA
Berklee Performance Center Boston, MA
Boston College Boston MA
Copperfield's Boston, MA
b. Good Lounge Boston, MA
Boloco’s Showcase Boston, MA
6B Lounge Boston, MA
Smoken' Joes Brighton,
MA
Brockton Fairgrounds Brockton,
MA
Bull McCabes Somerville MA
Atwood's Tavern Cambridge MA
Wally's Cambridge MA
Middle East (Upstairs) Cambridge MA
MIT Coffee House Cambridge, MA
Western Front Cambridge, MA
All Asia Cambridge, MA
Out of the Blue Art Gallery Cambridge, MA
Tommy Doyle’s Cambridge, MA
Durphy Highschool Durphy, MA
Gill Concert Series Gill, MA
Greenfield Co-op Greenfield, MA
Midway Cafe Jamaica Plain, MA
The American Legion Jamaica Plain, MA
Needham Street Fair Needham, MA
Iron Horse Northhampton, MA
Yellow Sofa Northampton, MA
PA's Lounge Somerville, MA
Joco's Bar Waltham, MA
La Cantina Worcester, MA
Tammany Hall Worcester MA
International Hookah Lounge Worcester MA
Art Expo Worcester MA
National Underground New York, NY
Southpaw Brooklyn NY
College of Mount Saint Vincent Bronx NY
Fordham Road Street Festival Bronx NY
VIBE Magazine Sweet 16 Bars Harlem NY
SHRINE Harlem NY
E.O.W. Manhattan NY
NYSG Gallery Manhattan NY
The Bean Runner Cafe Peekskill NY
Ansonia Fair Ansonia, CT
The Underground Hip-Hop Connection Ansonia, CT
Cafe Eclipse Danbury CT
Heirloom Arts Theater Danbury CT
Tuxedo Junction Danbury CT
Crowne Hotel Plaza Danbury CT
Club Lush Danbury CT
Freight Street Gallery Waterbury CT
The Press Room Portsmith, NH
The Armory Jersey City NJ
Music Resource Center Charlottesville, VA
Gravity Lounge Charlottesville VA
Is Venue Charlottseville VA

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Bio

Bio
Often referred to as the Teena Marie of hip-hop, Jass Bianchi is making headway in the underground and mainstream scene. Born in Danbury CT on September 12, 1984 TallMIDGET Hip-Hop Artist Jass Bianchi started her journey towards the evolution of self as well as the evolution of musical poetry. First beginning her career by joining up with Time Warner A&R Agent Mr.Cynclair to form Mythical Entertainment based out of Brooklyn NY.In 2008, her break-through mixtape “Poetic Authority” created buzz on the streets of NYC, MA, NJ and CT. Bianchi performed at showcases and open mics including End Of the Weak, Cousin Larry’s: Enter The Cypher, Club Shrine, The Heirloom Arts Theatre, and college shows.In July 2010, Bianchi teamed up with Eric Strang from In-Unison Media Productions and released her first official music video entitled “Late Bloomer” off of her anticipated 2010 album “H.E.R.” Strang and Bianchi collaborated with legendary graffiti location 5PTZ in Queens NY, along with 10 Deep Clothing, N.U.B Clothing, and Fury 5ive Clothing. The video has gained over 240,000 youtube views. Her debut album HER is coming 2014!!! To Donate to the HER CAMPAIGN please go to:

JASSBIANCHI.COM