Singer, songwriter, musician, dancer and actress. Yasmina Cherelle is a unique artist with an exciting career in progress.
Her goal is to release an album and tour the world.
As a busy artist currently working in London. She is constantly writing new material and performing at various venues around the city. Her music is a variety of soul, R&B, pop, and blues, with ballads and upbeat tracks amongst her sound. Her training includes a one year diploma in Performing Arts and a BMus (Hons) degree in Popular Music Performance, at BIMM.
Growing up Yasmina was influenced and inspired by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Whitney Houston, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey. She was singing at age three, and began composing at age ten. She found solace in music, discovering it helped her through a difficult childhood, music was something stable that came naturally to her. Her aspirations include travelling the world to do work in underprivileged areas and offering her support to social justice causes. Having previously battled CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome), whiles working relentlessly to build her music career, she is a strong and hard working person, and is keen to raise awareness on and help others who suffer with the same condition. As well as working to publicise CIRS (which can cause, amongst other things, nausea and weight loss), she is keen to raise awareness on human/animal rights, and help action against bullying and domestic and psychological abuse.
Yasmina also does some work in modelling and acting and has appeared in music videos, TV and theatre productions including The Royals, Nasty by Pixie Lott and Grease the musical.
She releases snippets of projects she is working on via social media such as Instagram; follow yasminacherelle
Other interests and aspirations of Yasmina's include travelling around the world, working with organisations that specialise in helping underprivalleged children and raising awareness for various causes such as health topics and troubled countries.