Ayana John & The Band - Blue Sonics
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Ayana John & The Band - Blue Sonics

Bridgetown, Saint Michael, Barbados

Bridgetown, Saint Michael, Barbados
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Ayana John - Debut Album 2009
Royal Blue - Sophomore Album 2010:
- BB is my zipcode
- Hey Lovey!!
- Never Wanna
- Baby
- Can't Keep Up
- Worth Saving



She’s got that fire in her eyes, hunger in her heart and the talent to match. With a voice as smooth as honey, Ayana John, has managed to create a buzz in her homeland, Barbados, as one of the finest Soul acts, to date, and the interest has extended throughout the wider region and beyond.

Boasting a long history in entertainment ,Ayana John began acting in small theatrical plays from the age of 9 years, then pursued dance at the age of 11 years training in the art of Khatak, a form of Indian dance and Jazz. While participating in her high school pageant where she placed second, she was asked by the committee of the prestigious local pageant Ms. Barbados Bikini to enter and in the year 2005, she won the pageant securing her highest individual score in the talent segment, singing Jill Scott’s smash hit, ‘He Loves Me’ – Lyzel E. She went on to win Ms. Caribbean Fiesta in 2006 held in the island of Canoaun, The Grenadines and subsequently was first runner-up in the Ms. Barbados Universe pageant of 2006. During the Ms. Barbados Universe pageant, Ayana received her first Barbados Music Awards nomination for Best Dance Single, ‘Bajan Story’ on which she collaborated with Barbadian Reggae Artiste Buggy Fully Loaded. The year, 2007, she released her solo self-penned effort, Guns and Roses, which proved to be a smash hit in her country receiving another nomination at The BMAs for Best Music Video. Collaborating once again with producer KB Sharp, the tracks, ‘Bajan Story’ and ‘Guns and Roses’ were followed up by the single which had dominated airplay in Barbados in the year 2008, ‘Paper Chase’. The single featured Barbadian Reggae Artiste LRG, and received a record 15,000 downloads on the local download site, Gotrhythm.com, making it the highest downloaded locally produced song, to date. Receiving 4 nominations in the year 2009 for Best R&B/Soul Artiste, Best Collaboration, Song of the Year - ‘Paper Chase’ and Female Entertainer of the Year at the BMAs, Ayana John was asked to perform as a part of the Awards’ ceremony’s entertainment package. Putting down one of the best performances ever at the BMAs, Ayana was asked to meet Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe Award winner Regina Belle backstage at the awards to talk about joining her management team and production label. Also, Glamour Magazine’s fashion editor Kirk Shannon-Butts approached Ayana about being featured on the magazine’s website where the artiste discusses her fashion dos and don’ts and also scored a feature on the New York Carib News web-mag.

In May 2009, Ayana’s self-entitled debut album was officially launched showcasing the artiste’s body of work for the past two years. The album receives great airplay in the Caribbean Mecca of Entertainment, Jamaica and received a BMA nomination for Album of the Year, 2010. Along with securing subsequent nominations for Female Entertainer of the Year, Best Collaboration for the dance hit, ‘Pose’ featuring Grammy nominated Reggae/ Danechall artiste Elephant Man and R&B/Soul Artiste of the Year, for the artiste.

With a dynamic album, 4 local and regional back to back hit songs, performance placement at top shows from Barbados to Virginia, Ayana John has proved she can create an energy all on her own, an energy that is waiting to embrace the universe.

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