Yasmeen Sulieman is an American singer born in Oakland, California and raised in Hawaii. She has toured with the musical Little Shop of Horrors and has appeared on the UPN series Half & Half. Sulieman was signed to Magic Johnson's record label, Magic Johnson Music/MCA Records in 2002 and released a single titled Blue Jeans (produced by Jazze Pha) which reached #97 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #53 on the R&B chart. Her debut album, "When Will It Be Me" was released in the Japan later that year after plans for a U.S. release were shelved.
In July 2007, when Karla Mosley announced that she wanted to leave Hi-5 in order to pursue other interests, Yasmeen took over her place.
In 2009, she signed with Strictly Rhythm/Defected Records and has recorded a few dance singles with various DJs. She has released three singles, Ready Or Not, Gone and Rise to date on the label. In 2012, she joined Erik Machado (aka Alias Rhythm) as a duo titled Rose Rouge and they released an EP called "Steady."