Friday, September 17, 2010
Native of Barbados, Ayana John has made a name for herself and she has become the biggest icon to come out of her home land since Rihanna. Ayana has had back-to-back radio single releases including the hits songs, “Bajan Story”, “Guns n’ Roses”, “Paper Chase”, “Pose”.
With her latest album release, “Royal Blue”, her songs “Can’t Keep Up” and “Worth Saving” are sure to take the top spots on the charts once again, not only in the Caribbean market, they should be as successful in the U.S. market and in the European market.
While Ayana John is virtually an unknown in the U.S, Ayana’s new album being made up of up-tempo compilations of dance grooves is a well crafted formula that belongs on every pop radio station in every major U.S. market across the country. “Can’t Keep Up” and “Worth Saving” both would be an easy top 10 on the Pop charts and perform as well as other songs like Katy Perry’s “California Girls” and Mike Posner’s “Cooler than Me”.
The Great Unknowns Presents called, “Interview with Ayana John: A Caribbean Beauty brings a touch of Dance and Soul”.
The host and Ayana talk about her journey from becoming a Barbados beauty queen to an emerging musical talent. Plus, get an exclusive preview of music from her newest album, “Royal Blue” which is available on iTunes and Amazon.com.
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