Miami, Florida bore this multi-racial beauty, while the Bahamas and Switzerland developed an exotic demeanor into Pascalle. The entertainment bug hit Pascalle at the tender age of three when she was casted to be in a local commercial for KFC and an Ad Campaign for a local Bahamian Bookstore, “The Island Shop”. Her first photo shoot at the age of three opened her eyes, and she soon began ballet at the age of four, and later took on a liking for jazz and hip hop dancing as well.
Teenage years soon approached, and Pascalle was hit early with life's lessons. The death of her grandfather and best friend sent her the message that; “Life is too short, live while you can. A loss is a misfortune, but in light, motivation. They are with me every day, they are the Angels on my shoulders," Pascalle stated. This lesson made Pascalle choose to live in the ‘Now’ and follow her heart.
Her passion for modeling blossomed and since her local success as a child, Pascalle has been featured in platinum recording artists Neyo's "When You're Mad", video, and “Traffic Jam”, where she worked alongside Damian Marley just to name a few. She was invited to host a concert in the Turks and Caicos Islands and be a guest judge for their annual beauty pageant in 2006 as a guest judge. With features in Smooth magazine, Miami's local magazine, Masterpiece and a feature on the Disney Channel video titled "Saturday Night", with pop culture star, Aaron Carter, Pascalle decided that she was not going to stop there.
Pascalle ventured into singing and song writing at the beginning of 2009. International Dancehall Artist Red Rat and Label Executives at Infinity Moguls Inc., LLC was able to see her talents as a pop singer and as a songwriter. They recorded her very first single called “Me & U” featuring Red Rat himself, Produced by Multiplatinum/ Grammy winner DJ Buddha, who has worked with Pitbull, Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, Cristina Aguilera and Jennifer Lopez. In March of 2009 Pascalle hit the stage for an impromptu performance at Miami’s Power 96 stage for Calle Ocho, for the very first time not as a Model or an Actress but as a singer/ performer. It was all or nothing, sink or swim, and Pascalle decided to swim. The crowd’s response was great.
Red Rat was not the only one to notice her talents. Pascalle has been blessed to work with Grammy nominated producers, DJ Blackout from Blackout Movements and Multi Platinum selling producer Troyton Remi from Black Shadow Records, and has recently completed a song with the Jamaican Dancehall artist Assassin and Leftside. She has been in the studio vigorously working on completing her debut EP, while singing and performing all over the world.
Pascalle’s Music is new, it’s fresh, a blend with Caribbean sounds with International hooks and melodies. Her musical influences include, Celine Dion, Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Lopez and Britney Spears. “I’m influenced by so many people and things. I try to learn from everyone and everything, every experience teaches you something new.” Pascalle stated. Her hard work paid off as Pascalle debuted a one hour special that she produced while in Dubai for a show, and soon after Pascalle, entered the Cross Caribbean Countdown with her first single “HAUTE” featuring Red Rat and Toledo at number four and quickly rose to the top of the charts.
Pascalle's objective is to work hard and to understand what it takes to expand her brand in a professional environment. Her work ethic gives her the possibility to grow and appeal to the masses from Caribbean’s, Latinos, Europeans, Americans, Africans and many more. With a past that has created a path to endless possibilities, giving 100% is all that this young lady knows.
Pascalle writes and co-writes all of her music and plays a big role in the production of all her music, videos and photo shoots. “I want my messages to the world to be authentic; I want my fans to be able to connect with me from my heart to theirs!”
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