USA based singer Jay Will taking over Liberia’s gospel scene

Jay Will

Liberia’s music industry is gifted with so much talent and every new dawn brings along a new wave of talented musicians. There are several people who are imbued with the talent of creating. This is even truer when it comes to music. The entire country is littered with astoundingly gifted musicians who can create magic whenever they open their mouths to sing.

One of these exceptionally talented people is a young man with an impressive track record who is popularly known as Jay Will. Jay Will is doubtlessly one of the rarest talents in this generation.

Jay Will is a promising Liberian musician based in the USA who is steadily taking over Liberia gospel scene. He started singing at a very young age, and despite having lived in the US from childhood, the “All We Need Is Love” singer still essentially sings in our local language, something that has made him more appealing to the Liberian audience.

With a rich catalogue of music that includes singles like “Visa”, “Life” featuring Money V, “Feeling The Love” featuring Zeen, and his recent single titled “All We Need Is Love” among others, he is also fast putting a strong foothold on the local industry. His strong vocal abilities and deeply thought lyrics which have become his identity continue to win him more local music fans.

Speaking in a recent interview about his future plans, Jay Will revealed that his future plans is to give back to his nation, through music promotions and impact the world with his voice. It would not be surprising if he is a household name in the local music industry in the near future.

This is testament that Jay Will is ready to take the mantle while she leads other gospel singers in taking the industry to the next level. Meanwhile, Jay Will recently released a new single titled “All We Need Is Love”. Watch the video below.

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James Momo is popularly known in showbiz as 'Drizzy'. He is a music critic, writer and pundit on several entertainment shows on radio. James has been writing on Liberian music since 2014.

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