Jade Siress is the type of songwriter who lives what she writes and sings from the depth of her heart. A unique artist who aims to express feelings and ideas that others can relate to but that are seldom reflected in modern music. Jade lends her organic voice and lyricism to the healing of people around the world; particularly 'the voiceless'; those among us who need their stories told. It was the sudden and tragic death of her older brother Michael that lead Jade Siress on a path out of the comforts of a career in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, to instead plunge headfirst into her music career almost 5 years ago. It all started when she gained some local celebrity in response to her debut single "Gone Too Soon" - a dedication to her late brother and to all those who have lost a loved one. It was that song that literally set Jade on a new journey in life; touring as a musician and releasing 3 more crowd favourites on "The Rise" ep - which can be purchased at jadesiress.com. In 2018, Jade went back to school to learn audio production, so now she is capable of creating her own beats to go along with her unique lyricism and vocals.
Jade is currently working on new tracks to be released in 2020 for her "Original One" project. In this new project, you can expect Jade to elaborate upon her unique style; fusing Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Country, Jazz and various other genres. She believes that music should be a natural expression of who you are and that the deeper you go into that understanding, the closer you get to the root of it all; your true original source of life.
Career Accomplishments to Date:
- Earned an Independent Music Production Certificate at Seneca College in Toronto (May-Dec. 2018)
- Chosen by fans to perform at Rastafest Toronto (Nov. 3, 2018)
- Performed alongside Ricky Trooper & Tony Matterhorn at Wallstreet BBQ (June 25, 2017)
- Chosen to perform on Open Mic tv show on Afroglobal TV (aired July 2016)
- Invited to perform at Sweet Auburn Festival in Atlanta, GA (Oct. 1, 2016)
- Chosen to perform at Durham Caribbean Festival (June 25, 2016)
- Released a 4 song ep called “The Rise” with great reviews (Feb. 25, 2016)