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Musical artist

Jenna Andrews is a Canadian singer and songwriter from Calgary, Canada. She has released two EPs entitled "Sextape Mixtape" and "Kiss and Run".[1][2]


Andrews began studies in Music Theatre and Journalism/Broadcasting at Mount Royal University. She then left her Alberta home after six months to move to Vancouver for music.[no citations needed here]

Andrews' debut single, “Tumblin Down” was co-written by Def Jam Recordings artist and label mate, Jeremih.[3] It charted on Billboard charts Urban AC[4] and the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[5] It was featured on the popular Television show, Grey's Anatomy.[6] The release brought Andrews a feature in Vogue Italia “Visions on Stage” column in September 2011.[no citations needed here]

"Kiss and Run" was the first single off her latest EP of the same name. The music video for "Kiss and Run" premiered on Vevo September 2012.[7] The follow-up single "Weapon" premiered on Vevo October 23, 2012,[8] landing Jenna features on, "MTV Buzzworthy"[9] and "Giant Step".[10][11]

In May 2013 Andrews premiered a six-song mixtape entitled, "The SexTape Mixtape" exclusively for[12] It features remixes of songs from Jeremih, The-Dream, and Usher.[13][14]

Andrews opened for UK artist, Emeli Sandé on four dates of her US tour along with Emily King.[15][16] Andrews has also toured with Nelly Furtado,[17] En Vogue,[18] Shawn Desman[19] and Kevin Bacon’s Band, “The Bacon Brothers”.[20] She opened for Nelly Furtado's "The Spirit Indestructible" CD release party at the Highline Ballroom in New York City,[21] alongside Dylan Murray. Andrews also shared the stage with Marsha Ambrosius and Miguel on the 2011 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Music Matters Tour.[22]

In 2014 and 2015, Andrews spent time in the studio working with writers and artists such as The Band Perry (co-writing on their forthcoming album), Redlight (musician) (featured on "Repetition" off the 2015 album X Colour), Diplo, DJ Mustard, Jennifer Lopez, Lily Allen, Banks, Cashmere Cat, Majid Jordan,[23][24] Marsha Ambrosius,[25] Jessie J, including vocal production on her track “Personal”, off the Sweet Talker (Jessie J album).[26]

In 2016/2017, Andrews worked on a few collaborations with Banks, Kiesza, Lily Allen, Dua Lipa and Zhu. As well she has worked with Noah Cyrus by providing vocal production for her upcoming album. She also collaborated with The Band Perry on their single "Stay in the Dark".[no citations needed here]


Andrews spent two years (2008-2010) singing the voice of "Billie the Guitar" on CBC’s children’s television show, Razzberry Jazzberry Jam.[27]


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Extended plays



Year Title Artist Peak chart positions Album
2010 "Tumblin' Down" - 27 Template:N/a
2016 "Sweat"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)
Cash Cash - Blood, Sweat & 3 Years

Select songwriting discography

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Year Artist Album Song Co-written with
2013 Yuna Nocturnal "I Want You Back" Yuna
Lapalux featuring Jenna Andrews Nostalchic "One Thing" Stuart Howard
2014 Jessie J Sweet Talker "Personal" Elle Varner, William IDAP
Majid Jordan A Place Like This "Place Like This" Jordan Ullman, Majid Al Maskati
Marsha Ambrosius Friends & Lovers "Run" Marsha Ambrosius, Dillon Pace
Girls' Generation Mr.Mr. "Goodbye" Hwang Hyun, Brent Paschke, Lindy Robbins
2015 Redlight featuring Jenna Andrews X Colour "Repetition" Hugh Pescod
The Band Perry Template:N/a "Live Forever" Kimberly Perry, Reid Perry, Neil Perry, Nadir Khayat, Jakke Erixson, Karl-Ola Kjellhol
Tori Kelly Unbreakable Smile "Bottled Up" Chuck Harmony
Tamia Love Life "You Give Me Something" Rory Andrew, Dillon Pace, Tamia
Skylar Stecker featuring Kalin and Myles This Is Me "Bring Me to Life" Nadir Khayat, Kalin White, Myles Parrish
2016 Majid Jordan Majid Jordan "Make It Work" Andrea "Nylo" Landis, Jordan Ullman, Majid Al Maskati
SoMo rowspan=2 Template:N/a "Control" Mike DZL, Jordan Evans, SoMo
Jordan Fisher "All About Us" Dillon Pace, Rory Andrew, Francesco Yates
Banks The Altar "Weaker Girl" Banks, Tim Anderson, Trevor Lawrence Jr., Aron Forbes
"Mind Games"[28] Banks, Tim Anderson, Christopher Taylor
"Mother Earth" Banks
2017 The Band Perry My Bad Imagination "Stay in the Dark"[29] Benny Cassette, Kimberly Perry, Neil Perry, Reid Perry
SoMo The Answers "Curve"[30] SoMo, Donald Cody Tarpley Jr.
Noah Cyrus Template:N/a "I'm Stuck" "[31] Noah Cyrus, Timothy Lee McKenzie, Samuel Roman

Vocal Production

Year Artist Song
2014 Majid Jordan "A Place Like This"
"Make it Work"
Jessie J "Personal"
2017 Marshmello "Chasing Color ft. Noah Cyrus"
Noah Cyrus "Stay Together"
"I'm Stuck"

Music videos

Year Title Director
2010 "Tumblin' Down" [32] Chris Stanford
2012 "Kiss And Run" [33] Aaron A
"Weapon" [34]
"Unhappy Ending" [35]


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  5. "Bubbling Under R&B/Hip Hop Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  6. "Grey's Anatomy Music Lounge". ABC Music Lounge. ABC. Retrieved 18 December 2012. 
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  12. "The SexTape Mixtape Rap-Up Premiere". Rap-Up. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  13. "Jenna Andrews - Sextape EP New Music". Complex. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  14. "Jenna Andrews - SexTape". Singers Room. MLE Group. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  15. "Introducing Jenna Andrews". Zimbio Entertainment. Livingly Media, Inc. Retrieved 5 March 2013. 
  16. Barton, LaEisha. "Music Is Love". Style Be LaEisha. Blogger. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
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  18. "Jenna Andrews Opening For En Vogue". NME. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  19. "Jenna Andrews". LastFM. LastFm. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  20. "Archive". Show List DC. Show List Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  21. "The Spirit Indestructible Album Release Party". BestFan. BestFan. Retrieved 10 December 2012. 
  22. "BET Music Matters Showcase". BET Interactive.!121212-music-music-matters-december-showcase-kevin-ross. Retrieved 7 March 2013. 
  23. "Majid Jordan Writing". MusixMatch. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
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  25. "Jenna Writing Credits". SongsPub. Retrieved 5 January 2015. 
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  27. "Credits". Razzberry Jazzberry Jam. Trapeze Animation. Retrieved 8 March 2013. 
  28. "BMI | Repertoire Search". 
  29. "Stay in the Dark - The Band Perry | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". 
  30. "Jenna Andrews | Credits | AllMusic". 
  31. ""I'm Stuck"". 
  32. "Tumblin' Down on Vevo". VEVO. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 
  33. "Kiss and Run on VEVO". VEVO. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  34. "Weapon on VEVO". VEVO. Retrieved 18 February 2013. 
  35. "Unhappy Ending on Vevo". VEVO. Retrieved 19 February 2013. 

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