Jocelyn Enriquez

Born in San Francisco, California, Jocelyn Enriquez has been widely regarded as a music pioneer, becoming the first Filipino-American artist to find success in the mainstream industry.  Emerging from the Freestyle movement of the time, Enriquez was the first artist to sign with Classified Records and was quickly deemed by some as the “Queen of Freestyle”. 

Her 1994 debut album “Lovely” features the dance hits “I’ve Been Thinking About You” and “Make It Last Forever”.  Enriquez’s smash hit single “Do You Miss Me?” was released in 1996,  peaking at #17 on the Rhythmic Top 40, #14 on the Top 40 Mainstream chart, #8 on the Hot Dance Singles Sales chart, and #49 on the Billboard Hot 100.  The song was the lead single on her second album “Jocelyn”, released the following year by Tommy Boy Records.  Along with “Do You Miss Me?”, the album would feature the radio and sales hit “A Little Bit Of Ecstasy” which reached #1 on the Billboard’s Dance sales chart for 6 weeks straight and would solidify her position in the Dance genre. 

In 1998, she collaborated with label mate Amber and Strictly Rhythm artist, Ultra Natè, remaking the Gordon Lightfoot classic “If You Could Read My Mind” for the major motion picture “54”.  Her third album “All My Life” was released in 2003 by her own record label JEM Entertainment and includes the hit singles “No Way No How” and “Why”.  Along with success in the United States, Enriquez also found international success where she has toured in places like Canada, Brazil, Singapore, Guam, and the Philippines .  Known favorably for her live performances, Jocelyn has shared the stage with such artists as N ‘Sync, Salt-N-Pepa, LL Cool J, Brandy, Jon Secada, Backstreet Boys, Color Me Badd, and Wyclef. 

Today, Jocelyn resides in San  Antonio, Texas with husband, Pastor Alain Macasadia, where they serve alongside their four children in full time ministry.  Music has always been and remains a key part of her path and she eagerly anticipates the next step.