Career Jam 2022 Career Jam 2022
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Original Music Showcase

Red Room at Café 939 939 Boylston Street

Nia Ashleigh is a singer, actor, and dancer from Newark, New Jersey. Well versed in reggae, RnB/soul, jazz, and Musical Theatre, she embodies a standard of excellence. Nia has been in the production of Disney's The Lion King in both the Las Vegas and Broadway Companies where she played the role of Young Nala for two years. She has since become a three-time National YoungArts Winner, performed for Clive Davis, Dionne Warwick, Andra Day, and taken bows on the stages of NJPAC and Lincoln Center. She is enjoying her journey so far and cannot wait for her future endeavors as she finishes her education at Berklee College Of Music in May and works towards releasing her first EP. 

Indie pop artist Karissa Bone writes songs about the shit we don't say out loud. Her music is lush, expansive, and confessional, combining vibrant pop aesthetics with indie subtleties if Bon Iver met Lorde and then crashed into Olivia Rodrigo. Releasing her debut single "Maybe in the Summer" last August, she's been busy ever since—being chosen as a Quadio X FADER college creative of the year and receiving a feature in the FADER magazine, joining Charlie Burg's Blue Wave Band as a background vocalist, and landing her first sync placement in Starz drama Heels. She hopes that when you listen to her music you hear pieces of golden midwest drives and feel a little too understood. 

Heartbreak has never felt so good until you've heard Aiida, a Pop/R&B Artist and singer-songwriter from Oslo, Norway. Inspired by Aretha Franklin, Dagny, Robyn, and Dua Lipa, Aida prioritizes femininity, cutthroat vocals, and lyrics in her artistry. With a powerhouse voice and performances filled with energetic arrangements and rhinestones, Aiida is guaranteed to get a crowd excited and leaving wanting more. Her songwriting is also like no other, with catchy hooks and clever lyrics, she wants to be the pick-me-up you need through all the waves of life.

Born and raised in New York City, Fulano Librizzi is an 18-year-old freshman at the Berklee College of Music. 

Fulano’s musical career began over a decade ago at the age of 8-years old when he began professionally deejaying under the tutelage of DJ Cassidy. Fulano has deejayed across the globe for a diverse clientele including The Clinton Foundation, Fashion Week, NY Knicks, CNN, Nickelodeon, Google, and more. Fulano has been featured in numerous national and global outlets including Good Morning America, Teen Vogue, New York Daily News, Page Six, Vogue Japan, etc. At the age of 13, after spending 5 years playing the hits of musical icons at parties and industry events, Fulano decided to start producing music of his own. A self-taught producer, Fulano weaves the influences of soul, funk, R&B, house, hip-hop, and jazz into his musical lexicon. Fulano has a masterful gift of bringing people together and bringing out the best in them creatively. His first album, due to release in 2022, features many talented vocalists and instrumentalists from Berklee and beyond. When he is not studying or attending classes, you can find Fulano producing tracks, biking, ordering food, or watching anime with friends. 

F.L.O.G.I.C. is a New-York based Christian duo composed of sisters Breanna and Taylour Dickerson. 

Joining us for Career Jam 2022 is Breanna Dickerson who was born and raised on Long Island, New York, she and her sister grew up singing and praise dancing in church, and their Pentecostal C.O.G.I.C roots are the foundation for what they describe as "Worship Hip-Hop." The two feel the need to make music that reverences God and crosses cultural and generational boundaries. Their sound has been likened to a cross between Kendrick Lamar and Wilson Phillips, and with a background in musical theatre, both sisters are electrifying on stage! They put on a show and deliver the word at the same time, an experience that must be had to truly understand. F.L.O.G.I.C has performed at some of the most iconic venues such as NYC's infamous Sounds of Brazil, The Paramount Theater, and the Pasadena Auditorium where they made their live appearance for America's Got Talent Season 14. They have amassed over one million views on Tiktok and show no signs of slowing down.

Vic Baddilo & Alex Alvarado are two Mexican emerging artists who compose and produce their own music. Their Latin Pop blend is sure to reach the ears of all people who know what love, loss, and betrayal feel like. Alex is a singer, guitarist, composer, and producer, double majoring in Contemporary Writing and Production & Performance at Berklee College of Music while Vic is the producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist studying Music Production and Engineering. Vic and Alex are passionate about their roots and believe Latin music has the potential to reach any part of the world. They’re excited to continue writing ballads, pop records, boleros, and traditional Mexican music with that mission in mind.

NIKOLE is a 21yr old independent singer/songwriter from Miami, FL. She incorporates genres such as Alt/ Indie R&B styles within her music and adds some of her Hispanic cultural influences which gives her a diverse sound while mixing all the styles together. Since the age of 7, she’s been singing and writing music, gathering inspiration from the personal and emotional situations that happen to her. Music has always been a way to connect with her inner self and process her feelings better. With gaining vocal and songwriting inspiration from artists such as Alicia Keys, SZA, Kali Uchis, and more it’s almost an escape and a form of meditation for her. She creates music because she believes people can find some sort of comfort from her songs and feel like they can let go and let loose. NIKOLE is currently a student at Berklee College of Music studying Professional Music (Music Business and Songwriting). She is working on some new projects that she hopes to release in the near future.

Lindsay grew up in Long Island, New York, and is currently studying songwriting at Berklee College of Music. At 21 years old, Lindsay consistently blows audiences away with her unique songs, guitar, and a voice with endless range. She can be described as an indie-pop artist with a folk influence. Lindsay is passionate about the power of music. She uses her songs to paint her own personal experiences. She is inspired by artists like Jp Saxe, Brandi Carlile, Ed Sheeran, and more.

Join us for the Career Jam Original Music Showcase, where a select group of students have the chance to perform for top music industry executives. The showcase is exclusive to members of the Berklee community and is standing room only. Admission is first-come, first-served. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. 

Livestream viewing will be available in David Friend Recital Hall (921 Boylston Street) and the Eisenson Room (160 Massachusetts Avenue, third floor).