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The Voice Behind Bahasha Ya Ocampo With Juliani : Ravishing Songstress JAYA Launches Her Debut Single

Jaya began paving her way in the industry as a back-up singer in the year 2009. Famously known for singing the chorus of Bahasha Ya Ocampo with Juliani, Jaya has now decided to do something different for herself by launching her 1st single titled WEWE NDIWE of her solo project.

Jaya who has sung as a supporting vocalist for various international artiste’s such as American-born gospel singer Deitrick Haddon(Detroit, USA) and West African Idol winner Timi Dakolo (Nigeria), launched the song at a media party that she hosted at Intercontinental hotel.

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The song which has a love feeling through the lyrics celebrates fathers present and active in their children’s lives in an era of absent fathers, abusive fathers, destructive fathers, lost fathers and passive fathers.

Video is done by J Blessing.


Jaya Starts A Depression Campaign : Speak Out Reach Out

Jaya Awinja the voice behind Bahasha ya Ocampo and recently released her debut single Heart Right Here has started a great initiative called Speak Out Reach Out.


Cases of Depression are usually many and most people find themselves depressed due to a variety of circumstances. Jaya is here to address such an issue as she has been a victim of such a case.

The Campaign is called Speak Out Reach Out and Jaya says:


“There are so many (young) people around you and me who are dealing with extreme cases of depression and its consequent effects (especially thoughts and attempts of suicide) and no one is doing anything about it ’cause no one talks about it. 

Having been a victim of this deadly condition, I feel it’s time to talk about this thing that is claiming hearts and lives, and see what can be done about it. 
SPEAK OUT::REACH OUT is the name of the campaign (the page is up on Facebook) and let’s get talking. I believe I have been called to be a source of help and of hope to anyone going through such a hard time and has maybe even have to be hospitalized for it.”

Support her campaign by checking the face book page and sharing.

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