Jessica Lisette was born and raised in the United States and is of Cuban descent. She started to learn how to fine-tune and strengthen her voice at the age of seven when she enrolled in classical vocal training. After years of rigorous practice, she would go on to develop a four octave vocal range. At eleven years old, she was accepted into the UNLV Children's Choir program where she sang as a soprano. Later, she decided to branch out of classical music to study other more contemporary methods of vocal performance. Inspired by Latin artists and composers such as Luis Miguel, Armando Manzanero, and Juan Gabriel, she began to write her own music which emulated the bolero style of romantic melodies and poetic lyrics. In a few years, she had compiled an abundance of original songs written in English as well as in Spanish.