As the pandemic hit, Jiana, an upcoming talent with the traits of a child’s free spirit and natural tendency to express her feelings and inner world through music, found herself confined at home. Lockdowns gave her little options on dancing and performing, leaving her distressed: so much artistic power but no room for it to burst out and come to life!
Her father persisted in trying to inspire her to make music during this harsh period, but Jiana didn’t pay much attention at first. Every day she gave joy to her family, singing and dancing around the house, making Tik Tok videos and listening to pop music, a power-bomb waiting to detonate!
Young artists: Rising star Jiana releases her debut single: Don’t do that
Jiana showed her inclination towards music from a very young age. Shortly after she started walking, she began dancing and singing.
Music and dancing became her passion, and combined with her natural talent, she was drawn to taking part in many dancing competitions, bringing home many first and second place prizes.
It became clear that rhythm was running through the young and talented artist, and that she’s not an ordinary child who just enjoys music, but a rising star waiting to surface in the artistic spectrum.
Jiana’s first single Don't Do That,
as well as some more new original tracks, are set to be officially released by Traboy Productions within the next 2 months, and are certain to become instant-hits, while at the same time inspiring even more children to take part in music-making!
out on all platforms
After a while, thankfully, her father finally convinced her to come to the studio to record a track, and that’s where the real magic started to unfold. Jiana recorded her first track, Don’t do that, and left her father’s colleagues with open mouths-everybody agreed the child was a rising star.
Jiana new release is out on all platforms, 2/28/21. Her blend of Soul & R&B in this acoustic track will have you vibing good feelings.
Stay tuned for more of JIJI. new releases.
Jiana found joy and a way out during this difficult period (especially for children, who need to be out in the open maybe more than anybody else) and immediately expressed her need to go back in the studio and record more tracks. She quickly got a hang of it and has now recorded several hot tracks which are in the post-production stage. Jiana is now ready to show the world what she can do.