Jasmine Li started her musical journey as a child prodigy at the age of 5 when she first started playing traditional chinese instruments as the pipa and guzhen, leading her to be part of the Guangzhou Opera for 12 years as the leading pipa soloist and leading player. In her early twenties, she discovered electronic music and soon after that she started djing. She was supporting Sasha, and Paul Oakenfold in their 2004 China Tour. Since then she has shared stages with Armin Van Buuren, Deadmau5, Markus Schulz, Deep Dish, Dubfire, Sander Van Doorn and Infected Mushroom just to name a few.
Due to her natural talent for music, skills, techniques and her signature style, Jasmine is widely regarded as one of Asia’s leading djs and one of the main responsible for the growth of electronic music in China. She has also been featured in magazines such as Esquire Magazine and GQ in their asian editions. In summer 2013, along with Patrick Podage and Deelorean, Jasmine Li released her first EP – Everybody Wants Me – on Lola Records featuring three original tracks: Sonny’s Dead, Everybody Wants Me and Let’s Get It. With remixes by Christian Laettner, Einmusik, Mario Aureo and The Tarumba Brothers.
In 2015 she was co-owner of Downtown Club and at the present she is co-owner of Celia Club and resident DJ. Read more