Rising Bronx, NYC songstress Jadi Torres brings harmony to her sound with the musical fusion of her Latin roots and the R&B and hip-hop waves we hear. Jadi has written and co-written for many artists, but she tapped into a bigger love for music when she began recording her projects. In 2016, he released her first single on all digital platforms and it catapulted her career as a singer in the Latin Christian market, as one of few female singer-songwriters within the Spanish urban field. Since then, Jadi has not stopped creating and collaborating across the board. Releasing an EP and many singles, influencing with positive, motivational- feel-good vibes. Venturing into new fields is what Jadi has been known to do, knocking down barriers in music and creativity. Producing and acting are a few of the next fields we will see her storm through, which is only the beginning.
OneWest: How could you describe your music?
Jadi: My music is diverse and gives feels of fresh cultural sounds. Lyrically it empowers positivity and gives a voice to anyone who advocates for clarity and realness.
OneWest: Describe your creative process?
Jadi: I love going into my creative process with a clear mind, focused on the topic i want to tackle and jotting down everything that comes to mind, whether it’s words, melodies, or music.
OneWest: What is your main inspiration in music?
Jadi: My inspiration is being able to inspire. Creating timeless music to be played and remembered with the greatest of all time.
OneWest: What music do you admire most and why?
Jadi: Definitely, music that can take me somewhere to a time place, or emotion. I love good old-school R&B, Jazz, and Hip Hop anything that gives a good story or feel.
OneWest: Tell us about your latest song “Pa Mi Gente” which is a part of the “North of the 10” soundtrack.
Jadi: Pa mi Gente was a moment of culture-loving and unity, a song written to bridge differences. The same is true with NOT10, both the song and movie served a purpose in combining adversities and differences to make something greater.
OneWest: What is one message that you would like to give to your fans?
Jadi: You don’t have to create a story to be relevant, your life and daily surroundings will always be enough.
OneWest: What skills are the most useful in the music industry?
Jadi: Love for what you do and create.
OneWest: What do you enjoy the most about your career?
Jadi: The freedom to be creative and reach people all over the world with what i do.
OneWest: What are you working on wrapping up this summer?
Jadi: I’ve been deep diving into acting and planning on releasing new music to tour.
OneWest: What do you want to leave behind regarding legacy?
Jadi: Memorability in the words i speak and write. If you can’t remember my face remember my words.
OneWest: What can we expect from you in 2022-2023?
Jadi: New music, videos, movies, tv shows. I’m diving into all the things I’ve wanted to do but thought I couldn’t.