Jasmin Cadavid was born November 18, 1989 in Miami, Florida. Her mother is from Guatemala, and her father is from Colombia. Jasmin is the first born of 5 children.
Jasmin was raised and spent most of her life in Miami. She started receiving recognition for sports, arts, and academics at an early age, a gifted student, competing in brain bowls, main character in school plays, show choir soloist, most valuable athlete of the year in the year book, most attractive, soccer, cross country, track, softball, etc. Jasmin easily started making a name for herself. Like a lot of other families in Miami though, She was exposed to drugs and violence early as well. With many achievements, Jasmin ended up being expelled from schools, fighting, and in and out of juvenile detention center.
At the age of 17 Jasmin was already on her own and despite the troubles in the past she started slowly becoming an entrepreneur. Graduated high school, started modeling, attended Miami acting school, went to college, bought her first property at 21, got license in real estate, from Monte Carlo’s to Mercedes, Jasmin was and is determined.
Jasmin made her first debut as a video vixen in the Vado & Cam’ron – Speaking in Tungs music video, then continued to do videos with major artists such as Pitbull, Lil Wayne, Nikki Minaj, Bow wow, Davido, Farruko, and Birdman just to name a few. She has been featured in Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla Sign’s short film “Talk About it in the Morning” with a speaking role, she was an extra in the Michael Bay film “Pain and Gain” with Mark Walhberg and The Rock, she has been published in many magazines such as Smooth mag, Blackmens mag, and Girls of Low Rider, even on the covers of Stack models mag, SoBe it, and Pressure mag. She has worked with clothing lines like Two in The Shirt, The Money Team, also Raw & Uncut. Jasmin has worked events such as Forgiato fest, Denver Cannibus Cup, and Magic convention as a representing model.