Inez Jasper, also known as Inez, is a Canadian musician, whose music blends pop, dance, hip hop and traditional First Nations music.
|Birth name:||Inez Point|
|Born:||May 19, 1981 (age 36), Chilliwack, British Columbia|
|Website:||Inez Jasper's Official site|
About Inez Jasper
Aboriginal Canadian singer who has received widespread critical acclaim for albums like her 2009 debut Singsoulgirl and its follow-up, 2013's Burn me Down. Both releases earned her Juno Award nominations for Aboriginal Album of the Year.
She grew up in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Her first single, "Sto:lo Strong" was released in 2005.
She was named the National Aboriginal Role Model for 2008 by the National Aboriginal Health Organization.
Her father is a former Skowkale First Nation chief. She has children.
She and Rita Coolidge both performed at the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards in 2012.
Information related to Inez Jasper
- First Nations music - Indigenous music of Canada encompasses a wide variety of musical genres created by Canada's Indigenous people.
- Music of Canada - The music of Canada has reflected the diverse influences that have shaped the country. Indigenous Peoples Aboriginal peoples in Canada , the Irish, British, and the French have all made unique contributions to the musical heritage of Canada.
- Canadian hip hop - The Canadian hip hop scene was first established in the 1980s.
- Sto:lo people
- Canadian female singer-songwriters
- First Nations musicians
- Musicians from British Columbia
- Canadian pop singers