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JenRO was born and raised
in California's Bay Area. The destined star grew up around
music her entire life; Her Father was once a disco DJ and her
Sister is a music composer.
JenRO's first time rapping on stage was at the age of 10 years
old, by eleven years old, drug dealers and gang members
crowded the corner of her Vallejo home and gave JenRO her
first four bar song to write as she walked home from school.
After moving back to South San Francisco, she was arrested her
first week of Middle school for writing on the walls at
school. She recorded her first song herself on a tape recorder
at the age of 13. As a leader, she was also the only female
drummer for the Jazz Band all throughout middle school and
At 15, JenRO would battle against the older teenage boys in
her neighborhood, she later became the only female rapper on
stage during the lunchtime performances and talent shows at
her high school. Outside of high school, JenRO competed and
won several poetry slams across the Bay, asked to perform at
hip hop shows and local street fairs. At 17 she starred in a
short documentary entitled "Rebel Girls", a film that played
througout theaters in California. By 19, JenRO was already
establishing her name by performing at major city events such
as East Bay Pride, SF Pride, and "Carnaval". She has performed
at San Quentin State Penitentiary twice this year and has also
recently expanded to doing international shows from the
Philippines to Mexico. JenRO's striking words have gotten her
published in world wide books such as, "What It Took for Me to
Get Here" and "Paint Me Like I Am". She has also been featured
in the "San Francisco Chronicle", "Padrisimo Magazine", "Bay
Times" and "Time Out New York".
This talented bilingual star has already worked with artists
such as Spice 1, Young Noble (Tupac's Outlawz), Goldie Loc
(Snoop's Eastsidaz), Conscious Daughters and Mr. Kee. Most
recently she recorded a single for her upcoming album with
Alexandra Bachelier from the first season of American Idol.
She is currently working on her debut solo project titled "The
Revelation" fueled by the single "Hottie, Hottie"