Jessica’s incredible voice and multifaceted lyrics exude undeniable talent. At the tender age of 6, Jessica realized she was born to perform and began nurturing her gifts with years of vocal training and live performances. Setting her goals at such an early age, meant relocating to California mid sophomore year of high school, where Jessica dedicated herself to the rigorous conservatory training at the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy, majoring in Musical Theatre. At age 16, Jessica mesmerized iconic producer Nigel Lythgoe, and judges Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell of the hit television show American Idol. Simon Cowell compared Jessica’s performance to “a young Christina Aguilera” Jessica was given a golden ticket to Hollywood and was one of the youngest contestants to make it to the “Top 50″ females that year.
After taking some time away from music to study Communications at Pace University in New York City, Jessica moved to Miami, FL. She began writing and recording music with the production team at hOLLANDjUNGLE Studios. In the early months of recording, Jessica experienced the tragic loss of her mother.  In her own words: “Everything changed; both the sound and cadence of my voice became more soulful. Since then music has become my therapy, an invitation to express every part of myself.” Jessica honed her songwriting skills through countless hours at the studio. By experimenting with various techniques, styles, and personas she has created an eclectic body of work that includes and fuses: Pop, Electronic, R&B, and Jazz.


Currently Miami based, Ms Vox maintains her high work ethic with countless writing, recording, and mixing sessions with prominent industry professionals such as Grammy award winning Producers and Engineers: Carlos “El Loco” Bedoya and  Steve “9k” Nowa. During Miami’s largest annual music conference, Ultra Music Festival, Jessica took the stage with DJ Los De La Vega to perform her original songs for the masses. Jessica was honored to perform for hundreds at “The 59th Annual Young Patronesses of the Opera Gala,” one of Miami’s oldest and most prestigious black tie affairs. Most notably, Jessica was invited by Vanessa Simmons to perform for guests such as Damon John and the Simmons family at “The Vanessa Rose Fashion Show” in Malibu, California. Jessica has shared the stage with artists such as Martin Luther (Across The Universe), Robert Randolph, and Roosevelt Collier, to name a few.


Jessica’s philanthropic efforts include The Jessica Cares Foundation which was created to inspire and provide an outlet for others to experience arts and music. Generous donations provided by Jessica support local and national networks such as The Grammy Foundation and The Miami Museum of Contemporary Art.


Jessica has just released her self titled EP which can found on