Jnay for Home Made Live | May 23rd

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Gotobeat and Success Express have launched #homemadelive – an online platform to bring live music into your living rooms. With each of our own amazing, vital live music communities, we wanted to do all we could to practically support our independent artists, musicians, and creatives during the unprecedented challenges we are facing globally during the COVID-19 pandemic. For the launch of #homemadelive, we are giving 100% of profits from online concerts directly to our artists at this extraordinary, difficult time. For you, our friends, colleagues and music fans around the world, we hope our wonderful artists will keep you company and inspire and uplift you as we all wage war on Coronavirus. Learn more and check also all the other videos >>

ABOUT JNAY

Jnay continues as a solo artist writing his own material starting 2001. His first important break came when one of his own compositions entitled “Soul Glo” earned him in 2003 the UK MOBO competition award in the London venue Sound. As a result, he was signed by record company Universal-Island and artist management company. He began writing a new
Needing some fresh vibes Jnay started mentoring again helping younger singers to achieve their goals and also collaborating with DJ High Contrast. Featuring on two of the songs on High Contrast’s album Tough Guys Don’t Dance, namely “Forever And A Day” and “Eternal Optimist”.

In 2008, Jnay released his EP Merry Go Round containing 5 tracks. On the show Britain’s Next Top Model, Jnay was tasked with picking models to dance with him on stage using one of the tracks of his Merry Go Round EP He later split with both his record company and his management company for reasons that are unknown.

After a short break from music where he choose to work at a nursing home for dementia patients as an activities coordinator.

The X Factor

In 2010 he entered the seventh UK series of The X Factor using his birth name, and was one of the final 12. contestants. In auditions, he sang “You Are So Beautiful”. At the judges’ houses stage, in presence of judge and mentor Louis Walsh and guest Sharon Osbourne, he sang “Billionaire”. However Adeleye changed the lyrics from “billionaire” to “millionaire”. (“No Need to be greedy ay”) He was picked the final three in the category of Over-28s. He left In the third week of live shows.

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