At age 6, Christmas lists for adolescent youth primarily consist of Barbie Dolls and toys. Una Jensen had something else in mind - a guitar. Having an excellent ear as a child, Una quickly learned the four basic chords and immediately started putting vocal melodies to rhythm structures. It was clear that she was turning out vocals and arrangements far beyond her years - and with virtually no training. With supportive parents on her side, it came as no surprise when the pre-teen began dominating local singing and talent competitions. Una tracked her first demo at age 12, and it wasn't long before her raw talent caught the attention of producers Chris Kirkpatrick and Mike Bosch. Kirkpatrick, the multi-platinum selling, former 'N Sync member invited the songstress to Orlando to co-write and record two more songs. The collaboration was a clear eye-opener - with a generation glued to the TV watching American Idol, Una Jensen is creating her dreams. When asked what inspired Una to become so heavily involved in writing music at such a young age, her humbling response was simple: "I write because it feels amazing to sit down and put together something that makes you, or someone else, feel a certain way." Una is without a doubt focused on the art and her mature talent has been dazzling everyone within reach. Every aspect of her songs are crafted on her own terms, right down to the foundation. Now, at age 16, there's no argument that Una Jensen is destined for a bright future. When questioned about her goals and aspirations, instead of the stereotypical response of "becoming a star", she casually states: "I want to record more and learn more about the process of recording. I want to collaborate. I want to be experienced. I want to know more about music in general."