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v Wilda aka Jezreel Sweet was born in Miami, Florida to Haitian immigrant parents.
v She learned to speak Creole before speaking English.
v Jezreel loved to sing, but was a very good writer so she started writing raps in high school.
v She then met members from Dollaz-n-Dealz a local Entertainment label from Pompano,Florida. Artist on the roster were: Tha South, A.D., 45th, Ace Hood, and Jezreel Sweet.
v On the compilation album “The Uprising” The underground hit was “That Haitian Shit” by Jezreel.
v Wanting to know more about her Haitian roots, she studied Kompa music, and ended up collaborating with Kompa Love singer Nickenson Prudhomme on the smash hit “U R the 1”.
v Jezreel Sweet won in the rap category for Haiti’s Soley Sounds Music Contest.
v Jezreel has performed in Paris, South America, America, and the Caribbean with Top Alderman’s band where she met Nixon Mesidor. They write and produce songs together.
v Her style has been frequently compared to Lauryn Hill.
v Her biggest inspirations are Missy Elliot, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and the girl groups from the 90’s.
v Sweet is a DIY indie artist and self-proclaimed web head.
v “The Guilty Pleasure” will be Jezreel Sweet’s first album released in 2012.
Jezreel Sweet says, “Life is so short. Why not do what you love.”