A performance of the National Anthem by Jazmine Sullivan takes place before to Game 5 of the World Series at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
At Game 5 of The World Series, which was contested between ‘The Houston Astros’ and ‘The Philadelphia Phillies,’ Sullivan provided the singing of the National Anthem.
The annual championship series of Major League Baseball (MLB) in the United States and Canada is called the World Series.
Since its inception in 1903, it has been a competition between the winning clubs from the American League (AL) and the National League (NL).
A best-of-seven playoff is used to select the champion of the World Series, and the Commissioner’s Trophy is given to the club that emerges victorious.
Jazmine Sullivan is a recording artist, singer, and songwriter from from Philadelphia, United States of America.
She is 35 years old and has won two Grammy Awards for her work. Her voice may be characterized as alternating between “contemporary productions” and a “1980s-influenced sound,” which has led some people in the music industry to label her as having a “old school hip-hop sound.”
The majority of Sullivan’s work is in the form of “flashbacks,” which are profoundly impacted by the romantic relationships she has had in the past.
The year 2008 saw the release of her self-titled first album, which was met with both commercial and critical acclaim.