Rayven Amani a Jamaican driven by her passion for music and did what many persons would consider the unthinkable which is to break the fourth commandment by disregarding her parents instructions and desires and started doing voice training at Hat some Music Camp.Shortly after she recorded her first song “Wanna Be Free” for musician/producer Richard “Goofy” Campbell which received favorable rotation from most of the local radio and television stations. Since then she has gone to perform in several clubs in the U.S and is about to release her single “My Darling” which is already getting rave reviews online. In 2011 she embarked on creating and producing the programme “Jamaica’s Best School Band” (J.B.S.B ),the first inter high school stage band competition for television. Sixteen high school stage bands from across Jamaica taken through weeks of intense performances and challenges.
Djahna Soul began singing in 1993 in Phoenix Arizona. DJ PuPu T from St. Thomas along with Djahna and Isis carried the sweet harmony. The group was known as PuPu T & Motherland Soul.The group , open for such artists as Shaggy, Maxi Priest, Burning Spears, Israel Vibration and many others. Djahna and Isis later traveled on to New York recording with world renowned producer Jah Life,. Djahna’s musical journey then carried her across the seas. Djahna’s first release from Jamaica “Come Along With Me” was produced by Bill Linton and hit the Reggae charts at #2. Soon after she recorded another hit “Tired”. Djahna has traveled from London to the Islands spreading good soulful vibes. Presently she is working on he album “African American & Lovin’ It”.
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