Jada Blaze @JadaBlaze100

“Hard work pays off” is a quote that truly exemplifies Jada Blaze musical career and life. Jada Blaze is a Miami native, born and raised in the heart of Liberty City, one of Dade County's most notorious communities. Jada discovered she had a gift and a love for music. Much of Jada's music has been influenced by her upbringing and by artists whom she has admired. Some of Jada's musical role models include Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston and Lauryn Hill. Jada used these women to mold her own unique musical style. Jada is definitely a triple-threat, a mixture of hip hop and R&B, thoughtful lyrics and a dynamic voice.
Throughout the years, Jada's written hundreds of songs and poems and finally following her passion for music full time. Jada is more ready than ever to change the game. Over the past year she dropped three mix tapes which you can download on datpiff.com. You can hear Jada rap about empowering women on the female anthem "First Lady", while also singing about overcoming haters in the powerful ballad "I'm Coming". This unsigned artist is performing at no less than three venues per week in and around South Florida. Jada Blaze performed at 'Peace in the Hood', which is a musical event that promotes non-violence in inner cities. Earlier this year she headlined Martin Luther King Jr. parades in Homestead, Dade County, & Hallandale. Jada Blaze also competed and won the MLK Jr. Breakout Artist of 2012. Talented yet persistent, confident but humble; She's at the top of her game and more driven than ever. Once you hear her sing or watch her perform, you will recognize her tremendous talent.

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