Eve-Yasmine, The emerging star
Let us introduce you to Eve-Yasmine – a top Singer and Presenter. Her father is from Tangier and her mother is from London. At just 18, Eve-Yasmine has already interviewed over 100 celebrities including the likes of RedOne, Labrinth, Far East Movement, Conor Maynard,Kat Von D, McFly as well as questioning the likes of Michael Fassbender, Lionel Richie and Quincy Jones.
Currently she is Youtube Editor/Presenter for the UK’s biggest youth culture publication called LIVE magazine and is in her final year as a Performing Arts student at college. She was also a guesto of Honor to present and promote one of the biggest festivals in the world, Mawazine at Rabat (The capital of Morocco).
With no contacts in the industry, Eve-Yasmine at the age of 16 worked her way up in the entertainment industry in London, covering all things fashion, music and film, writing articles for print and online publications, interviewing, networking and giving everything her all and not taking no for an answer!
In her first year she became Editor at Superstarmagazine.com and secured high profile event coverage such as the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards and Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball. As a teen fashionista she endorsed various fashion designers wearing their designs to events and in interviews as well as reviewing major brands such as Kim Kardashian’s ShoeDazzle UK, make-up brand Collection 2000 and Eylure UK.
At the age of 17, Eve-Yasmine flew out to Morocco and covered Mawazine, Festimode Casablanca Fashion Week and interviewed RedOne who told her “I’m proud of you, really proud of you.” While she was out in Morocco, she had a 3 page feature in the UK’s biggest girl teen magazine called Shout. Britain’s Next Top Model Live then contacted her and chose her to be their official blogger and presenter at model castings. During London Fashion Week she presented for Fashion One TV interviewing LFW designers, models and fashionistas at Somerset House.
In 2012, Eve-Yasmine then moved into video content and started her new job at LIVE Magazine. In the same year she was nominated for her first award, she was chosen as a media finalist at the Spirit of London Awards at the 02 arena – the biggest awards for young people.
Being a media finalist led her to her being interviewed live on ITV London Tonight talking about what she does as a Presenter and youth in the media and she used this opportunity to raise awareness of the medical condition that she suffers from called Chronic Pain Syndrome which gives her aches and pains in her joints on a daily basis.
Charity work is also close to Eve-Yasmine’s heart, she has presented many events in the UK raising money for charities including the Be Inspired event at the Millennium Hotel which raised money for 4 Moroccan charities.
In March 2012 after being encouraged to do so, Eve-Yasmine began to pursue singing for the first time. In April Moroccan musician/music producer Blastermind and Eve-Yasmine collaborated for the first time, within two days of meeting they put online two videos, On Your Own and No Matter What They Say.
They’ve just put online their remix cover of Justin Timberlake’s Mirrors mixed with his old school classics – Cry Me A River, Senorita and Rock Your Body.
Later in the year film producer of short film ‘Pass The Comb’ approached Eve-Yasmine to write/sing the title track. She was sent the script and wrote lyrics and melody to compliment. Eve-Yasmine then collaborated with guitarist Robin Banerjee (previously guitarist to Amy Winehouse, Jazz Jamaica band member) who composed the guitar chords.
The audio is now on Soundcloud and she plans to film a video very soon!
Eve-Yasmine was even invited to perform at the Arabelles Beauty Model Contest Finals at the prestigious Cumberland Hotel in Marble Arch, London.
Arabelles is the first contest showcasing and celebrating the beauty, culture and diversity of women spanning the five main regions of the world – Europe, Asia, Africa, Australasia and The Americas.
Eve-Yasmine wowed and entertained the crowd with her performance of Gimme Love alongside her dancers Darcy and Tara. The track produced by Moroccan music producer Blastermind has received radio airplay including a premiere on presenter Ayoub Seghir's show on Hit Radio.
The CEO of Arabelles - Yasmine Smat, chose Eve-Yasmine to hand the sashes to the winners of each region of the world.
"I am proud to have been part of such an amazing contest celebrating and bringing together all the beautiful cultures we have around the world. I participated in a beauty pageant when I was 15 years old and it was one of the most amazing and empowering experiences - you grow in confidence and develop useful skills. I had so much fun performing at Arabelles with my dancers. Bravo to everyone involved!"
Follow her journey and keep up to date with Eve-Yasmine’s latest music and celebrity interviews on the links below:
Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/eve.yasmine.saoud.easton
Twitter: @EveYasmine http://twitter.com/eveyasmine