I am a bilingual vocalist, songwriter, and dancer from the Midwest. Prior to relocating to California, I worked with the Latin company MundoBeat Entertainment and was the lead singer of Indianapolis Salsa band Grupo Bembe. I have been heavily involved in musical theatre and teaching since moving here. Some of my stage credits include Jesus Christ Superstar with Ray of Light Theatre, Avenue Q with NCTC, and Iron Shoes with Shotgun Players. I have also choreographed a few shows including Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Ray of Light Theatre. I am currently a Teaching Artist (my students are awesome), full-time performer (yes, you read that right), Professional Sunflower (again, yes), and Artistic Associate at Ray of Light Theatre (I choreograph cool things, yay!).
Still with me? I just have to say how much I love being a part of FLOW. This family has been such a blessing. In this band, I get to sing and perform without fear, make mistakes, get better, and fly. Isn’t that what life is about? There is not a moment in my life that has not been linked to music and FLOW is another beautiful part of that. Okay, bio done. Cringe-y feelings are gone and you now love me. Hope you had fun!
Music has always been my passion. I began playing instruments and was involved in the performing arts at a very young age, soon realizing that it was my calling.
In my teenage years I searched to find an outlet to express myself and found a new love in songwriting. Aside from FLOW, I’m working to complete my first solo album, and pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Music Business.
I am a student at San Francisco State University and a member of the lovely Ja Ronn & FLOW. I have been singing since I can remember and I love to sing for the glorification of God. There has been nothing but love, praise, and progression in Ja Ronn & FLOW and I am looking forward to all the wonderful experiences to come with this ensemble!
My goal is to not only change lives through the ministry of song, but also to bring people to the “Living Water that never runs dry”, not for the glorification of myself, but for God, who saved me when I didn’t even know I needed saving!
Ja Ronn & FLOW has a message to bring to the masses, and I believe that through faith, love, and determination, we’ll do just that!
I am a second-generation Filipino-American born and raised in San Francisco, California. My singing career started like many by singing at home, church and at family parties. While in high school, I joined the school choir, which brought me opportunities to travel to places like Hawaii, New York, Germany, Austria, and Italy. Singing has always been my passion. I consider singing a lifestyle.
In 2010, I graduated from City College of San Francisco with an Associate’s Degree in Transfer/Liberal Arts. After, I attended SFSU and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies. Currently, I am a Graduate Student in the Counseling Program at SFSU with a focus in College Counseling.
As a member of Ja Ronn & FLOW, I hope to impact audiences by sharing positive message through uplifting music!
I was born and raised in Cosmopolitan Baptist Church in Oakland and I have been singing since I was 3 years old. I was the little chocolate baby singing in the choir at church. I love to use the gift that God has given me. Growing up I was the youngest singer but had the big voice. While attending San Francisco State University, I joined the Gospel Gators, which is where I met our wonderful leader Ja Ronn. After singing with the Gators, I was asked to join an amazing group called Ja Ronn & FLOW. Joining this group has been a blessing.
Being in FLOW has developed my music skills. It has taught me how to harmonize, how to blend my voice with others, different singing techniques in order to sing more professionally, and how to listen for parts in any song we learn. I am now always prepared and sing with so much confidence!
Singing has always been a powerful outlet for me. Since I can remember I’ve always sang and it’s something I’m very passionate about. I am currently a student at San Francisco State University majoring in a heath care profession. I plan on being a Traveling Nurse and spreading my care to people everywhere that need help . Hopefully one day I will be able to share music the same way I’ll be sharing my care to all that are in need.
There has always been a special place in my life for music. Living in a home with a choir director, and choir members, the omnipotence of music and song engulfed me at an early age. Upon recognizing my magnitude of my gift from God, I began singing in the Youth and Adult choirs at my church just at the age of 7, and eventually for competitions, events and school programs as I got older. My musical selection over the years has ranged from the voices of Mary Mary and Fred Hammond to Lauren Hill and Jill Scott, all who have, and continue to influence my vocal range and ability. During my musical journey, I was able to meet a wonderful group of people, who’s passion for Christ, was imminent through their deliverance of music and song, and even privileged enough to become of this family we call F.L.O.W.
Portland, Oregon born and raised, I moved to San Francisco in 2014 to pursue a career with my degree in advertising. Part of building my life in this big new city was reconnecting with music. I grew up in dance, choir, and theater but focused largely on sports in college. Missing that musical part of me, I auditioned for Gospel Gators on a whim and remembered how much I love to sing and perform.
Through Gospel Gators, I got the life changing opportunity to join Ja Ronn & FLOW. Being in this group has brought me so much fulfillment and joy. Most rehearsals I still can’t believe that I get to perform alongside such insanely talented vocalists. With the love and support I get from this group, the Bay Area is starting to feel like home.
I discovered my love for singing at a young age. My parents joined the church choir and I thought it was the coolest thing in the world. I would sing along, even if I didn’t know the words. From that point on, my parents made sure I participated in choir in every church we moved to. This has given me a deep appreciation for praise and worship music now.
In high school, I was drawn to R&B balladeers, such as Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, and Brian McKnight. The way their voice sincerely conveys the emotions from the lyrics inspired me. It has heavily influenced my singing and I strive to always tell a story when I sing.
Currently, I work as a Certified Nursing Assistant in a skilled nursing facility in Saratoga. I am thankful to be a service for those who are in need, during a time when many of them are facing confusion and loneliness. God has blessed me with way to make a positive impact, which is a responsibility I try to carry as a member of FLOW.