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About Ajei


First discovered at the age of BIRTH. The Bloodline of a Womack, another Star was born. Surrounded by singers and musicians, her Grandmother, who sang with "THE BETTY LAWRENCE SINGERS" in the late 70's & 80's, taught Ajei to read sections of the Bible and sing them at church. It became an ongoing passion, so Ajei joined “The Shilohettes” Children's Choir. While in Elementary School, Ajei also performed in many concerts with The Morton Street School Choir, in Newark, NJ. By age 15, Ajei grew into “The Shiloh Temple Adult Choir”, which made her interested in pursuing her music career even more. She would confine her self into her room and write poetry and sing them to explore what route the melodies of her voice can go. Sunday after Sunday, in between Bible studies Choir rehearsals and school, an being allowed only to listen to and sing church songs. Contemporary Gospel Artists like Kirk Franklin, Yolonda Adams and Karen CLark Sheard gave Ajei hope for barriers being broken in gospel music. In school talent shows Ajei started to perform and understand that singing what you experience can heal the soul, mind and body. Each poem/song that was sung or written played a deep character in her life that developed her. At age 16 entering high school, Ajei knew that she had to develop her talents mentally, because she was facing her peers, a challenge. Being interested in proving to her self as well as her peers, she entered Homecoming Pageants each year of her 4 years of high school. Succeeding twice winning in 1995 Mrs. B.K.A- Burger King Academy and 1999 Mrs. Junior using her gifts to conquer the audience, singing a song written by her, “Dreams of a Lifetime". In 1997, a non profit organization called “Sisters Who Make a Difference” awarded Ajei free studio time with, SOUND LAB, in East Orange NJ. She was able to express her self for the first time in the booth. Until 2001, Ajei join Uncle Profluent who Produced for ALPHA BEATZ ENT., D.U.S.E. and BILEVELZ doing numerous shows for hospitals, seniors and the Newark Community. In 2006, Ajei became the 1st artist of Tuff LYfe RECORDS, producer David Harris aka Dread. Ajei has been offered contracts but has never signed any. Ajei states " Aside from Hard work, Trust and Loyalty, is the Key to Being Successful within this Industry". PLEASE LISTEN AND COMMENT Pros&Konz.. AJEI WILL RETURN THE LOVE AND SUPPORT.. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION.

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