Jocelyn AKA iNDIGO
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The iNDI1st Project... Breakthrough (Full length release)

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She is the future of Gospel…right here in the present. Urban Christian artist, Jocelyn AKA iNDIGO represents anyone who has ever lived for the world, but she is also the blueprint for why turning over a new leaf in the name of God is the ultimate blessing.

As a child, iNDIGO was brought up in the church. She was always a gifted vocalist, singing her first solo at the age of four, but as her teen years approached...like many others that age, she grew further away from the church. After graduating from high school, she juggled college along with pursuing a music career. She joined a very talented, R&B girl group named 4BIDN. During this time, iNDIGO opened shows for artists such as Mya, Destiny's Child, Ashanti, Musiq Soulchild, and worked with producers such as Kwamé, Rockwilder, KeyBeats and Bink. iNDIGO wrote numerous songs for the group and did much of their vocal production as well. In 2002, Sylvia Rhone signed 4BIDN to a major recording contract with Elektra Entertainment Group. Although they were later dropped from the label and eventually parted ways, iNDIGO continued solo.

As her career evolved, she graduated from Bowie State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. In April 2004, she had a song placement on Frankee's debut album, The Good The Bad The Ugly. On the surface, everything looked like great career momentum, but by the following year, iNDIGO decided that she did not want to sing anymore. Although she loved music, she disliked the harsh politics of the music industry. In April 2006, iNDIGO joined the church 'About My Father's Business Outreach Ministries' in Washington, D.C. and rededicated her life to Christ. She joined the choir and subsequently, God renewed her desire to pursue music again. This time her songs reflect her testimony and her walk as a believer.

Following the death of her father to Lung Cancer in July 2007, iNDIGO acted on a divine vision and launched a Christian-based website, JesusGroupie.com. Through the site, she shows that you can be stylish, cool, and driven, while still giving Christ your all and carrying the anointing with pride. She coined the term "Saved & Fly" which is the motto of the site and the main slogan for her clothing line.

Without a major label record deal or distribution, iNDIGO and her team have still managed to generate a major buzz while gaining many fans along the way. Her first music video for her single "SEARCH MY HEART" has gotten close to a half-million hits on gospeltube.com; making it the second-most viewed video in the history of that website! The independent release of her debut CD, "The iNDI1st Project...BREAKTHROUGH" is a testimony of her hard work, perseverance, and faith. Get your copy today.