Jonita Gandhi is an Indian-born Canadian playback singer. She has recorded songs predominantly in Hindi, Tamil and Punjabi with few Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada and Malayalam languages

Jonita Gandhi grew up around music as both her father and brother were part time musicians. They would often perform cover songs together at live community events.

At age 16, she auditioned for Canadian Idol but didn't get past the audition rounds. She began making YouTube covers from her bedroom, sometimes featuring other local musicians including Akash Gandhi

Her jump to playback singing began with an opportunity to perform alongside Sonu Nigam. This tour crossed various countries including Russia, UK, US and the Caribbean

Afterwards, her sights were set on starting a career in the Bollywood music industry. , Gandhi stepped into the world of playback singing with a debut in Chennai Express.

The music for this film was composed by Vishal–Shekhar and her feature in the song was happen-stance; it was during a meeting with Vishal–Shekhar's mix engineer Abhishek Ghatak

Gandhi worked as a playback singer with music directors including A. R. Rahman and Pritam. Rahman featured Gandhi in the concert film One Heart (film)

Gandhi performed at the 2016 Jubilee Games in Dubai with Salim–Sulaiman and with Amit Trivedi on MTV Unplugged.[8]

In 2020, Jonita Gandhi was involved in mentoring and judging the Indian kids singing reality show Taare Zameen Par on StarPlus

As of 2021, Gandhi is set to make her film debut with director Vignesh Shivan's Tamil film Walking/Talking Strawberry Icecream, starring Krishnakumar Balasubramanian.