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RJaye-Poison

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RJaye-Poison

18 year old, Toronto born RJaye brings together a unique blend of R&B influenced pop with his debut single “Poison”. RJaye began singing before he could even speak and, has worked with and performed with some of the industry’s heavy weight songwriters, producers and artists.

Growing up he divided his time between his native Canada and Jamaica, where he followed the music of his mentor, the late great reggae legend Garnett Silk At the tender age of 4 he performed for an audience of over 10,000 astonished people during a memorial tribute to Garnett Silk in Jamaica. In addition, he has shared the stage with reggae superstars Tony Rebel, Marcia Griffin, and Luciano.
On the recording side, at the age of six, RJaye, then known as Suga Prince, released his first independent video, “Tell Me Who”, and the next single, “Too Young For Love”, released in 2002, was featured on Master T’s EMI/Virgin 2002 compilation Reggae Vibes It was the video performance award winner for the 2003 Urban Music Association of Canada.

RJaye is a torch with enough soul to stay lit from Toronto to LA and beyond. Given his prowess as a singer/songwriter, established artists and producers across America have seized the opportunity to collaborate. He has worked with Jon B., international music icons Sly and Robbie, Mosley Music/ Interscope recording artist/ producer Ryan Tedder, Saukrates, The Rascalz and most recently the Beatardz.
Please bring RJaye’s “Poison” into your music meeting.

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