Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Jasmine Clemente - Fashion Reel from Roberto Serrini on Vimeo.

If an Artist like Jamie Fox, Maxwell or Robyn Thicke asked me to be in their music video, I'd definitely collaborate with them! Jennifer Lopez had featured in P.Diddy's video back in da day, and Beyonce had even appeared in a video shoot as well. So, why wouldn't I? Here I am, posing like a high fashion model in the new release for FOREMOST POETS hit song, I'll Be Your Maker. (PLANET ASIA 2011) Oh! And it'd be worth listening to the lyrics; they're pretty inspirational!

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Last night, Friday the 13th, I performed my first single, Free My Spirit, (Fuzion Records) at the Book Release Party for "Twisted Cherry" - And to be perfectly correct, the name of the event was called "An Evening of Erotic Ecstasy".

The event featured myself as the only female singer, a male vocalist and guitarist, a few belly dancers, and spoken word artists who shared pieces on sexuality. I must say, everyone was amazing! Of course the main woman of the night was Monica S. Martinez who is the Author of "Twisted Cherry", and she too read a few erotic poems which were very risque! In addition to my performance, I also have 3 short stories featured in the Anthology called Snap Shots, My Twin Mamacita, and City of Angels. Books will be available on in the Fall of 2011.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The Most WANTED Man: Dead or Alive

People have cheered and popped bottles, toasted champagne glasses and celebrated over the death of Osama Bin Laden. Although he was the world's most WANTED man, the reaction of his demise has baffled me. To make a comparison, Adolf Hitler had also executed many evil deeds, inspiring a nation just as Bin Laden had done to murder thousands of Jews in a genocide. Therefore, violence is hardly new to our society or this world. And yet as much as I do believe in justice and protecting those we love against danger, I just don't see the joy in sharing, teaching, and rejoicing in someone else's punishment, especially when it's rooted in power trips. It honestly troubles me to think how such wickedness is allowed to reign over mother earth by our own doing, and it equally saddens me how some people can thrive from death upon death. Where is the compassion in this? Is this the only way to win a war?

‎"I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that."
--Martin Luther King, Jr.