17-year-old singer-songwriter and producer Hannah Jadagu is an artist from Mesquite, TX (outside of Dallas). Although her upbringing is based around classical ethics, Hannah enjoys making music solely on her iPhone, using electric guitars that plug into her iRig, Garageband synths, and contemporary/indie style songwriting and vocals when creating her original music. Recently, she attended the 2019 CU Denver Music Industry and NYU What Makes A Star programs where she was able to further hone in on her songwriting, artistry, and learn more about the music business. Her music career began in 4th grade when she joined the Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas. Alongside choir, she joined percussion in sixth grade and has been the Drumline Captain of the John Horn Jaguar Drumline since her sophomore year. She also is a TMEA all-state soloist, ensemble participant, and medalist.She is influenced by artists such as Kevin Abstract, Still Woozy Dijon, Clairo, Dayglow, and Willow, to name a few.