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Justine Indira Skyers, also known as simply Justine Skye (born August 24, 1995), is an American singer, songwriter, actress and model.

Skye was born August 24, 1995, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York. Her mother, Nova Perry, is a music attorney of Afro-Jamaican and Indo-Jamaican descent, and her father is of Afro-Jamaican descent. Justine Skye accompanied her mother to a music panel held by performance rights organization BMI. During the question-and-answer session, Justine surprised everyone in attendance by asking to sing. In front of various music executives, she performed a cover of Sam Sparro's "Black and Gold." The Brooklyn native subsequently took singing lessons and honed her songwriting, then worked with August Rigo and Eric Hudson. Their sessions led to Everyday Living, a confident contemporary R&B EP released on Atlantic in August 2013.

Justine got her start at a professional singing career when she performed songs to go with the book “Rules To Rock By”. She is known for having made a cover about "Headlines" by Drake which received 2 million views on youtube. Her debut EP, Everyday Living, helped the Brooklyn kid with the purple-hued hair ink a deal with Atlantic Records in 2013 and release with them the album Emotionally Unavailable. During that time she made a song "Collide" featuring the rapper Tyga. In October 2015, she performed at TIDAL10X20, an event created by Jay Z and at a Tommy Hilfiger show in Brazil. She has also made television appearances including an appearance on the final episode of House of DVF.

In 2016 she left Atlantic and signed to Roc Nation and Republic Records and is preparing a new album.

In December 2016, she released her new EP 8 Ounces, which features artists such as Wale.

In October of 2017, she was the source of controversy when she kneeled during a portion of her singing of the National Anthem at Barclays Arena in Brooklyn at a Brooklyn Nets game.

On December 7th of 2017, she announced her debut album on apple music, called Ultraviolet, would be release January 18th. The album features the singles U Don't Know (feat. Wizkid), Back For More (feat. Jeremih) and Don't Think About It. A new song would be available at midnight, called Good Love, together with the pre-order of the album. The music video for Don't Think About It, was released on the same day as the pre-order, December 8th.

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