New Exciting News!!: Jade Naraine's - who's dream is to one day do song collaborations with The Chainsmokers and Travie Mccoy - new single; Princess has also been added to 30 major stations throughout the Caribbean, where she will attended a radio tour and guest judged for Punta Cana. Jade has been hard at work, sending her music to radio and following up all on her own. It's this dedication and stubbornness that will lead her to success. Jade say; "You really have to love it to do it, or don't do it. Please do anything else haha It's not easy, probably one of the most difficult careers you could choose and an unpaid full time job." Jade also knows that she wants to do this for the rest of her life. "I will dabble in different styles a lot throughout my career, when I'm older, I'll start making music like Jann Arden or Jewel. Good mother is one of my favorite songs."
Jade Naraine is a headstrong, witty Pop princess with a heart of gold. The 21 year old Toronto native, is a traditional, wholesome girl with morals, values, and a good head on her shoulders. She says, she admires women in Entertainment who love themselves and are confident, like Rachel McAdams who refused to pose nude for any magazine. Jade is the same way.
Jade has always had the same dream, to be a successful Pop artist, and with the writing skills and vocals of her idols; Taylor Swift, Jessie J, Christina Aguilera, Katy Perry, Rachel Platten and Demi Lovato, paired with supermodel looks - she seems to have everything going for her. When asked what she likes to do for fun, her answer is always the same: "My career! All I do is write songs, record, perform, dream and work on moving forward with my career! A lot of people don't know this about me but it hasn't been easy for me. I've worked dozens of jobs, door to door sales with frozen toes, tried to balance 3 at a time, only to be fired for lateness, and this was all for an undeniable spark in me that was music. I have been through so much but it's helped me to develop thick skin and strength in a very harsh and difficult industry. Now I say, "Bring it on" to anyone who tries to stand in my way. I am well prepared. It has also made my music that much better and gave me an idea for a great film one day."
"Being a singer can leave you feeling isolated, when everyone else is doing something "normal" with their lives, it also takes up a lot of time and effort, but it's always been my biggest passion, what I love and what makes me most happy and excited for life. There comes a time, after lots of trying... when you realize that normal just won't work for you; normal relationships, normal jobs, normal things girls my age like to do etc. My passion along with when I charted 7 spots below Taylor Swift on the new music charts, made me feel like I'm right where I should be. Who want's to be normal anyways haha" - Jade Naraine
Jade has wrapped up production on her self titled debut album; Jade - with the help of top Toronto based music producer Mike Dmitrovic, as she makes the transition from Country to Pop music. Jade has performed at pretty much every venue, under the radar, in Toronto from The Opera House, The Mod club, The Kool Haus to ElMocambo; Jade has shared the stage with many talented acts such as; Danny Fernandes.
I worked with a couple of different producers to experiment between the genres but found that I really liked working with my Mike D, of Voodoo Records. He's a great producer and a great friend and I'm so excited for my new back to back releases; "Classic Audrey Girl," "Barbie Gurls", "Poisonous" and "Princess!"
"Poisonous," "Classic Audrey Girl" and "Barbie Gurls" were written by Jade Naraine and produced by Mike D. "Princess" was written by Jade Naraine and Juno award winning producer; Michael Sonier. "Princess" is based on a true story and showcases the emotional struggles a young girl or just anyone may face and being strong enough to overcome them even when you may feel like literally drowning in a world which may seem so harsh. "Princess" is a very special and meaningful song to me and I'm so happy to share it with you.
``I wrote this song with the idea of Depression, trauma and abandonment in mind about a girl who's life spirals out of control to a point where she could hardly breathe, but she made it through! I hope that it will help anyone else no matter what they may be going through; bullying, emotional trauma, emotional, mental or physical abuse, PTSD, feeling taken advantage of or used, loss, struggle, abandonment, defeat, mental illness or anything other challenges. I hear so many stories through social media that are just heartbreaking. We can all relate to at least one of these things. I hope that #Princess will inspire you to #staystrong and keep smiling; because, things will get better.`` Love, Jade ♥
WHAT THE INDUSTRY IS SAYING:
"We love "You Decided to Stay!" Sounds like it could fit right in here." - Kurt Flescher (Vista Radio)
"Thank you for the email and video. Great song. And we love Barbie Gurls!" - Dale Peters (Radio Tracker)
"Thank you for sharing the music video. Beautiful singer, beautiful video." - Dan Swinimer (Producer)
"Beautiful voice. Love the songs!" - Heidi Baiden (Virgin Radio)