Biography of Falisa JaNaye’
Vocalist, Writer, Entertainer, Actress & Model
Falisa JaNaye’ the New Face of Tomorrow’s Music Today. This 5’2″ recording artist is best described as Soulful and Original with a heavy Hip-Hop influence. Growing up in Crawford, Mississippi FaLisa JaNayes’ foundation like many of the great musical artist of today was developed singing gospel music in her local church choir. Resting on the soothing power of her sultry voice FaLisa JaNaye’ brings an electrifying stage performance to her audiences.
She discovered her love for music at the age of ten as a form of self-expression, allowing her to turn dreams into reality. Falisa JaNayes’ musical talents were inspired by watching the power of Shirley Cesar, the grace of Whitney Houston and the showmanship of Michael Jackson.
The First Southern Soul Artist Ever to Enter the Mainstream Video World with “You Don’t Miss Ur Water” to play along side of Michael Jackson, R Kelly, Alicia Keys etc.
“You Don’t Miss Ur Water” YouTube Premiere setting A New Video Standard for Southern Soul Music Videos.
Sang the National Anthem at MSU Championship game over 20,000 in Attendance.
First Southern Soul Artist to be featured article in signature J Magazine (www.signaturejmagazine.com; SEP/OCT/NOV pg 72-73)
Nominated Jus Blues Awards 2010 “Most Popular Southern Soul Artist (Female)” and 2012 U Don’t Miss Ur Water”Beast Southern Soul Song” Plus “Entertainer of the Year.”
She is currently spreading her wings and venturing into the film industry with a role in the Independent film entitled “The Governor’s Daughter” directed by Lawyer Henderson of Atlanta, GA.
A love for fashion has allowed FaLisa JaNaye’ to model both in the U.S. and Europe. She has served as lead model for Mrs. Carol’s Hair Salon of Hanau, Germany and Total Transformation Hair Care Products of North Carolina (modeling at the 2006 Hair Extravaganza Atlanta, GA).