Jazz Anderson, Tami Roman’s youngest daughter, looks like her mom’s twin in a new pic shared to her Instagram account. The 22-year-old is a rapper and lyricist on the rise, and has recently revealed the upcoming release of her first EP, titled “Separation Anxiety.”
Jazz Anderson is already following her mom and big sister's steps into the entertainment industry, but unlike Tami, who is famous for her stints on several reality shows, and Lyric Anderson, who is a model, Jazz is headed down the music path.
Anderson inherited not only her mother’s strong personality but also her good looks. In a recent pic shared to Instagram, Jazz showed off her daring fashion style while rocking knee-high boots, ripped white pants and a printed sweater, standing in the middle of what looks like a retail store.
“I can’t be showing no weakness,” Jazz captioned the pic.
Fans immediately took over her comment section to point out how much Jazz and Tami look alike. Some even said they could pass as twins, referring at how young Tami looks despite being her forties.
“You look beautiful. Just like your mother,” wrote one fan. And another added, “Lookin’ like your mama. Twins.”
Jazz first was introduced to the public in “Basketball Wives” alongside her mom, and later, she had a short-lived participation in VH1’s reality competition “Signed,” where famous rappers and producers like The-Dream and Rick Ross, worked side to side with unsigned hip hop artists.
The 22-year-old, daughter of Tami and former NBA star Kenny Anderson, has been working on her music career for years and has released several singles and a mixtape as an independent artist.
She signed a distribution deal with Empire and recently announced the release of her first project, titled “Separation Anxiety,” on February 8.
Talking to LA Splash a few years ago, Jazz described herself as a “fresh new talent for a younger generation,” but made sure to mention that she also has some songs that can attract older generations. “I’m able to switch it up which makes me diverse and something new,” she added.
In the same interview, Tami Roman mentioned why she’s not afraid of her daughter getting involved with the entertainment industry, saying:
“I think most importantly to stay true to who she is, which I don’t think will be a problem because that’s a staple in our household. Staying true to who you are and not letting the music industry, the media or the fans dictate what they want you to be. Always be what you envisioned yourself to be, rather than falling into the public perception of you.”
Jazz has made sure to draw the line between her career and her personal life, working on creating a name for herself without using her mother’s to climb up the industry steps easily. She has thousands of fans supporting her, and her upcoming EP will be a crucial piece to her positioning in the hip-hop world.