Jasmine Adams, known professionally as Jazmin Bean, is an English singer, songwriter, makeup artist, and content creator. Jazmin’s career took off after the release of their debut single, “Saccharine,” in 2019, which quickly went viral on social media platforms. The track’s music video showcased Jazmin’s unique visual style and featured their signature androgynous look with extravagant makeup, colorful wigs, and eccentric clothing. Jazmin’s music is often described as a fusion of pop, punk, and rock, with lyrics that explore themes of identity, self-expression, and self-acceptance.
One of the milestones in Jazmin’s career is their debut album, “Worldwide Torture,” released in 2020. The album features 11 tracks that showcase Jazmin’s musical range and highlight their talent as a songwriter. “Worldwide Torture” received critical acclaim and earned Jazmin a nomination for the 2020 AIM Independent Music Awards in the “Best Independent Album” category.
Jazmin has collaborated with a variety of artists, including Charli XCX, Kim Petras, and Rico Nasty. Jazmin provided vocals for Charli XCX’s album “How I’m Feeling Now” on the track “Anthems,” and also appeared on the track “Malibu” with Kim Petras and Tommy Cash. In 2021, Jazmin released a remix of their single “Warrior” featuring Rico Nasty.
In addition to their music career, Jazmin is also a visual artist who creates their own album artwork and designs their stage outfits. Jazmin’s fashion style has been featured in a variety of fashion publications, including Vogue and i-D, and they have walked the runway for designers such as Charles Jeffrey and Gareth Pugh.
Jazmin is also an animal rights advocate and has used their platform to raise awareness for animal welfare issues. In 2020, Jazmin partnered with the animal non-profit organization, PETA, to promote their “Compassionate Shopping Guide” campaign. The campaign encourages consumers to choose vegan and cruelty-free products to help reduce animal suffering.