Passion (Jessica Washington) is an American female producer, rapper, and writer born in Detroit, Michigan. In 2002, Passion became known in the urban music scene when she won third place in her first rap battle at the Detroit "Hip-Hop Olympics".
She appeared on many songs as a solo artist, until 2003 when she became a member of the Detroit rap group D-Girlz. In 2004, D-Girlz released their first radio single produced by Grammy Award winning composer Khari 'Needlz' Cain titled, "Doin' The Most". After the release, the title became a household phrase in urban music.
After many successes with the D-Girlz, Passion left the group to co-produce and release her first solo album in 2010 titled, "Redeye". The album won the "Platinum Music Award" at the Las Vegas Music Awards in late 2010, with songs from the project broadcasted nationwide, including: Las Vegas, Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles. In 2011, the Michigan State Men's volleyball team used the single "Supa Soaka" as their official team theme song.
Since 2010, Passion has been cast in an independent film as the leading role, and has become one of the most well known rappers in Las Vegas, remaining in the Top 10 in all genres for two consecutive years (according to reverbnation.com 2010-2012).
In 2014, Passion became a global aggregator for digital music/video distribution and founded Modern Music Machine, a branding and distribution engine for independent and major artists and labels.
Passion is currently working on her second independent album and producing creative ideas for other members of the entertainment community.