Hidden amongst the lush rolling hills of Saskatchewan, in the heart of the Canadian prairies, lives a songstress whose voice is as melodic and smooth, as it is empowering and rich. Jackie Kiew is Chinese-Canadian, born in Malaysia and now resides in Saskatoon.With a strong sense of self, Jackie writes songs about personal growth and overcoming adversity. Her music resonates, whether it’s through her jazz-inspired moody lofi "Faded" or the R&B-inspired duet "Pocket Dialed", written with fellow artist, Graham Tilsley (www.grahamtilsley.com), to her most recent debut EP album that encapsulates her soul.
Jackie continues to experiment with her sound, as she combines her roots of Asian pop culture with today's trending electronic beats. CBC radio is surrounding this new artist with recognition as she is featured in a recent article "12 Sask. Musicians Changing the Sound of the Province" written by fellow musician and CBC’s communication officer, Adeoluwa Atayero. As he stated, "Jackie is quickly making waves in the local music scene as one of the newest voices in the province." Her audio interview below with CBC Radio One: Local Music Project, offers a glimpse of her new and exciting journey, but nothing short of dedication and hard work to bring her music alive. Jackie’s vocals are undeniable and her live performances are even more captivating. Don’t turn a blind eye to this fresh and upcoming artist as we track her progress in becoming an astounding entertainer.