Jesi Di is an American singer-songwriter. Born in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and raised by an Italian-American father and Colombian born mother, Di grew up listening to a wide array of music and sang in her local Catholic church as a child. At a young age she would lock herself in her room for days and write poems which were later published in many different newspapers, online forums and books. She would also later become a contributing music writer for the Live Wire section of the Miami New Times as well as many other online music magazines. Since the age of five, she studied the piano and later on in her childhood had learned the flute and the bass guitar. At sixteen she developed a fascination with electronic music and talked her parents into investing in a set of turntables, which she later DJ'd for South Florida clubs, lounges and private parties. After earning her high school diploma, she began to pursue a career in the entertainment industry and moved to Miami where she studied broadcasting. It wasn't until she moved to California at the age of twenty-one that she started to invest in recordings where she was featured as a singer/songwriter. Di has trained with Ron Anderson, the entertainment industry's foremost vocal teacher.
She released her debut acoustic album called "Raw" in 2009 after a cross country open mic tour with her fiance Charley Hinchcliffe. In 2011, they released their sophomore effort showcasing four songs that were recorded at the Village Studios and mastered at Capitol Records by Robert Vosgien (most known for mastering No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom). She is currently working on her solo music with the industry's top musicians and technical engineers.