Jasmine Holy explains decison to drop LeJitt as stage name
Brian Ferry Feb 22, 2013
Jasmine Holy says her name change signified her spiritual development, she also stated that the name was "universal" and allowed her to cross-genres.
After being asked numerous times why she changed her stage name from LeJitt, Jasmine finally explained the reason behind the name change.
LeJitt celebrates two nominations at 4th Annual ATL Awards
Wed. Aug 14, 2012
LeJitt has been honored with two ATL’s Hottest Entertainment Awards nominations including nods in key categories “Hottest Female Vocalist” and “Hottest Inspirational Artist”. LeJitt, who is celebrated as Atlanta’s favorite female gospel artist, is anticipated to perform at the 4th Annual ATL’s Hottest Entertainment Awards November 17 in Atlanta.
LeJitt has been astounding the city of Atlanta with her professionalism and drive throughout the course of her career. Operating as the President/CEO of music publishing organization, LG Music Publishing, Jasmine “LeJitt” Holyfield has been identified as one of the most professional artist’s in the Atlanta area. In addition to her professionalism, her singer/songwriter skills are unparalleled as she has managed to fuse genres Gospel, Contemporary Christian, R&B/Soul, and Hip Hop in a method that has never been done by a female in the religious industry. Her music seeks to reach the masses and has an international message of loving one’s self and the Most High God.
LeJitt performing live at 7th Annual Atlanta Gospel Fest
Jul. 30, 2012
LeJitt, ATL’s Hottest Entertainment Awards nominee for “Hottest Inspirational Artist” and “Hottest Female Vocalist”, will perform at the 7th Annual Atlanta Gospel Fest at the Georgia World Congress Center Fri Jul 27 at 8p. She will participate as the opening performance for Contemporary Gospel artist and pastor, Montel Jordon.
“It's such an honor and privilege for me to participate as an artist in such a prestigious event especially since its based in my hometown Atlanta, Ga”, stated a humbled LeJitt.
"Old Soul" now playing on WFXE FM Foxie 105
LeJitt’s radio single "Old Soul" broadcasted on WFXE FM Foxie 105 this past Thursday Mar 1, 2012 in Columbus, Georgia. This marked the first time in LeJitt’s career that one of her records was aired on commercial radio.
The song was discovered by DJ Triple J (James Jones Jr.) of Foxie 105. Triple J was a panelist judge at Club Throwbacks in College Park, Georgia where LeJitt performed as an open mic act Wednesday Feb 29.
“When [she] performed [I’m Rising] it reminded me of a Lauryn Hill style, and I knew that she had something going for herself,” stated Triple J.
LeJitt nominated as "Hottest Female Artist" in Atlanta
Mon. Nov. 28, 2011
LeJitt has been nominated as the "Hottest Female Artist-Musician" in Atlanta, GA's 3rd Annual ATL's Hottest Entertainment Awards.
LeJitt has been receiving much notoriety for her success since the release of her new mixtape Feel Good Music: Vol.1.
Georgia State University WRAS 88.5 FM broadcasts in-studio interview of LeJitt
Dec. 8, 2011
LeJitt’s in-studio college radio interview with Georgia State University’s WRAS 88.5 FM aired Sunday Dec 18, 2011 at 10:30pm.
The interview covered LeJitt’s most recent project, Feel Good Music: Vol.1, and her upcoming events for 2012. Within the interview, LeJitt mentioned how LG Music Publishing helped contribute vastly to her success. She also mentioned producer Timmothy McCann, II and engineer Dekembe Davidson and their contributions to the production aspects of the project.
Feel Good Music: Vol.1 receives 100 listens in its first day
Thurs. Sept 29, 2011
After much anticipation of LeJitt’s solo debut project, Feel Good Music: Vol. 1, the mixtape was well received by her loyal fan base.
Without any major promotion, the mixtape received 102 plays in the first 24 hours of the release and accumulated a total of 84 likes after being available for only 12 days
LeJitt releases official music video - "Soldier"
May 29, 2011
Clayton County, GA—LG Music Publishing and Atlanta Independent Pictures released LeJitt’s official music video to “Soldier”. The final version consists of additional scenes and footage not included in the promotional clip.
The video was shot on scene in Jonesboro, Ellenwood, and Atlanta, Georgia. The song depicts the adversities of the younger generation today, specifically in Atlanta. Locations that were helpful in this creation include: Georgia State University, Clayton County Fire & Emergency Services, BP Gas Service Station, and LG Records.