Asia is best known for her standout role on Season 3 of Dance Moms and can be seen as the subject of her own show Raising Asia. The series follows the young performer along with her mom, dad and little sister on her journey towards becoming a star. Things are not slowing down for Asia. She can currently be heard showcasing her vocal chops with her new original song ”Come Along” which is available now on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and all other digital platforms. Asia co-wrote the upbeat, dance track to inspire people to come together and empower one another to make a change in the world. You can listen to the track here and watch her music video here, which already has over a 900,000 views. Asia also was a recent guest on the popular Daytime Talk Shows Home & Family and Harry, where she had singing and dancing segments. You can watch her performances in the links below.
Please see below Asia’s recent interview footage, highlight reel and more to get a feel for her great personality:
Harry Appearance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONq-Z3Z9unA
KTLA Morning News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk-gTJ4pdyA&feature=youtu.be
Singing the National Anthem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdZ8WKgzI20
Highlight Reel: http://youtu.be/hiZGcA37uK0
Asia has also made a name for herself as an Internet sensation as her fan base continues to grow with a verified Instagram of over 1.4 million Instagram followers, a verified Facebook of over 333,000 followers and a verified Twitter of 195,000 followers. She gains over 1,000 followers per day and has over 7 million views on her wildly popular YouTube videos. In addition, three of her recent music videos each have over 1 million views.
Her voice and her music have evolved over the past few years. She released a Christmas single, “Christmas Time”, which received over 7 million views on VEVO. She also released solo covers of Katy Perry’s “Rise”, a piano cover of Justin Bieber’s “I’ll Show You” with her friend, fellow actor/performer Rio Mangini and most recently Selena Gomez’s “Kill Em With Kindness.” You can view the covers on her channel here. As she matures, Asia continues to turn heads with her incredible talent and solidify her status as a triple threat. She was most recently seen performing alongside Mariah Carey in her popular “All I Want for Christmas is You” shows at NYC’s Beacon Theatre. She has also performed live at large venues including Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Universal CityWalk, Skechers Pier to Pier Friendship Walk, and most recently the Clippers Game at the Staples Center.
Asia can has also showcased her talents as a fashion designer. She has partnered with Target to design a new fashion line for the Gen Z kids titled “Art Class”. The line made its debut in Target stores nationwide and is tailored to the 86 million teens and tweens who make up Generation Z. Read the announcement here.
Asia has also showcased her talent as an actress outside of the reality television realm in the critically-acclaimed American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, as Sydney Simpson. Produced and directed by Ryan Murphy, it features a star-studded cast including Cuba Gooding Jr., John Travolta, David Schwimmer, and Sarah Paulson to name a few. The show was the most-watched original scripted series premiere in FX’s 22-year history. The limited series drew 12 million total viewers and won countless awards. After working with acclaimed Executive Producer Ryan Murphy on American Crime Story, Asia caught the attention of another TV powerhouse, Shonda Rhimes. She starred as Jasmine in two back-to-back episodes of Grey’s Anatomy. Her role earned her a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series- Recurring Young Actress. Other credits include TNT’s Major Crimes and the film Sister Code starring Amber Rose.
ABOUT ASIA MONET
Born in Yorba Linda, California, Asia first took interest in gymnastics when she was just a toddler. Quickly realizing she had a natural athleticism and a love for movement, her parents enrolled her in dance lessons. At the young age of five, she made history by becoming the youngest StarPower National Championship winner to ever take the title. She has since gone on to win or place at numerous competitions. When Asia is not busy showcasing her many talents, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends at the pool, going to the mall, or reading a good book. She also loves arts and crafts as well as songwriting.
At such a young age, Asia is no stranger to the small screen. She made her television debut at only six years old when she entered the first season of Lifetime’s Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition. Despite being the youngest in the competition, she beat dancers up to twice her age to make it to the finale. Her hard-hitting, sassy moves earned her third overall. After the competition, Asia joined Abby Lee Miller’s elite junior competition team on season 3 of Dance Moms. Asia won virtually every competition she entered while on the show, blowing her opponents away with her talent.