Ayana John and the Band Blue

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Ayana John (born March 10, 1986) is a Barbadian singer-songwriter, known for her eclectic mix of various musical genres including R&B, pop, soul and reggae.

Nominated for Best Dance Single at the Barbados Music Awards for 'Bajan Story' on which she collaborated with Barbadian Reggae Artiste Buggy Fully Loaded in 2006. In the year 2007, she released her solo self-penned effort, Guns and Roses, which proved to be popular in her country.

Collaborating with Hitisland Inc. these tracks were followed up by the single 'Paper Chase' in 2008. This 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.

Nominated in 2009 4 times for Best R&B/Soul Artiste, Best Collaboration, Song of the Year - 'Paper Chase' and Female Entertainer of the Year at the BMAs.

Ayana was asked to perform as a part of the Awards' ceremony's entertainment package. After this show she was asked to meet Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe Award winner Regina Belle backstage at the awards who highly commended her on her performance.

In May 2009, Ayana's self-entitled debut album was officially launched showcasing the artiste's body of work for the past two years.

In 2010, Ayana put together the six member band - BLUE, a group of dedicated musicians, and has been performing locally with them to rave reviews. She is now preparing to release a six (6) track mini-album entitled 'Royal Blue' which includes tracks such as 'Can't Keep Up' and 'Never Wanna'.

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Ayana John (born March 10, 1986) is a Barbadian singer-songwriter, known for her eclectic mix of various musical genres including R&B, pop, soul and reggae.

Nominated for Best Dance Single at the Barbados Music Awards for 'Bajan Story' on which she collaborated with Barbadian Reggae Artiste Buggy Fully Loaded in 2006. In the year 2007, she released her solo self-penned effort, Guns and Roses, which proved to be popular in her country.

Collaborating with Hitisland Inc. these tracks were followed up by the single 'Paper Chase' in 2008. This 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.

Nominated in 2009 4 times for Best R&B/Soul Artiste, Best Collaboration, Song of the Year - 'Paper Chase' and Female Entertainer of the Year at the BMAs.

Ayana was asked to perform as a part of the Awards' ceremony's entertainment package. After this show she was asked to meet Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe Award winner Regina Belle backstage at the awards who highly commended her on her performance.

In May 2009, Ayana's self-entitled debut album was officially launched showcasing the artiste's body of work for the past two years.

In 2010, Ayana put together the six member band - BLUE, a group of dedicated musicians, and has been performing locally with them to rave reviews. She is now preparing to release a six (6) track mini-album entitled 'Royal Blue' which includes tracks such as 'Can't Keep Up' and 'Never Wanna'.