Jenn Johns





Jenn Johns is a vocalist, songwriter, producer, activist and entrepreneur who has taken her brand of “afro-diasporic world music” all over the globe, rocking stages from Denver to Dusseldorf, Los Angeles to London, Kuala Lumpur to Kampala. Jenn’s journey as a recording artist began in 2004 with the underground success of her debut album, HeavyElectroMagneticSoularPoeticJungleHop. Jenn has shared lineups with acclaimed artists such as Ms. Lauryn Hill, The Black Eyed Peas, Mos Def, Capelton, Ziggy Marley, Gil Scott Heron, Wyclef, Les Nubian, De La Soul and Common (among many others).

In 2008, Jenn expanded her field of expression to art for social movements, quickly evolving into a thought leader and sharing stages with activists such as Reverend Dr. Michael Beckwith, Phaedra Ellis Lampkins, Malkiya Cyril, and Dr. Shawn Ginwright. In addition to performing at The Kennedy Center and The Apollo, Jenn has been a fellow and artist in residence at several prominent visual arts programs, including a Green For All Fellow, a BoldFlood Fellow, Artist in Residence at Food First, the First Artist in Residence at Langston Hughes Center for Performing Arts Institute and a Montalvo Performing Arts Guest Artist.
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