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On 14 July, Jay Jay released two singles titled “Redeemer” and “Protector”. The yet-to-be titled project is produced by OBK at OBK Records in Blantyre.

About Jay 

John Robert Kutsokwe Jnr, popularly known as Jay Jay is a Malawian reggae gospel artist. He was born on 16 March 1984 at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre.

Jay grew up in Ndirande. He started singing at United Living Gospel Church where his late father, Bishop John Kutsokwe Snr, was ministering.

 

 

A gifted keyboardist, Jay joined the Dark Crowds Band and later the Young Generations, Uhuru Band, Matumbi Vibrations, before forming Mizati Band where he was the band leader and lead vocalist.

In 2012, alongside six other performers, he later joined Nde’feyo Entertainment under Maziko Band, which was then backing the label’s artists namely Maskal, Piksy, Armstrong (now Onesimus) and Biriwiri.

They performed at biggest events across Malawi, including the Lake of Stars festival, with other big names such as Lucius Banda, Marko Sadik, Sally Nyundo, Liz Ogumbo from Kenya and the late Andy Brown from Zimbabwe.

After leaving Nde’feyo, the artist joined Mibawa Band where he was lead vocalist alongside Eunice Kadzuwa, before they later moved on to form Mizu Band.

After he moved to Lilongwe, he then joined City Life Band and in 2019 he became born-again, joining the Living Waters Church where he is the vice-chairperson of the Praise Team at Area 17 Home of Wonders Church.

As a reggae gospel artist, he is working on his debut album due before the end of 2020.


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