Early on in his career, Jai Amore won the MOBO Award for Best Unsigned Act at the Royal Albert Hall. He went on to win the UKU Award for Best Performer and Best Singer-Songwriter at the Clapham Grand, and then the BBC PAF Award. Jai Amore has toured across the UK at some of the countries most notorious venues, like the London Jazz Café, the Olympic Copper Box Arena, Alexandra Palace, Old Trafford, Stamford Bridge, and many more, and opened for the likes of Beyoncé, Jagged Edge, Kelly Price, Ginuwine and Montel Jordan.
Who is Jai Amore?
You can feel the old school RnB inspiration in Jai Amore’s Boyz II Men style harmonies, Prince-esqu edginess, and James Brown funk rhythm. Combine this with the alternative sounds of the London landscape, and the West African culture and language influences, and you have a Jai Amore sound that is as insatiable on first listen as on tenth.
Going from strength to strength
As a writer, producer and vocal arranger Jai Amore has collaborated with – and continues to work alongside – international acts and home-grown talent alike. You’ll find his name mentioned next to Joe Budden, Pyrelli, Chip, as well as producers such as Show N Prove (Stooshie, Rizzle Kicks), and Shae Agha (Jessie J, Ed Sheeran). Meanwhile he continues to lend his penmanship and vocal production skills to the development of fellow musicians.
Jai Amore has multiple releases and has performed on stages throughout Europe, America, Asia, and Africa, but the crowning jewel on this young RnB singer’s career will always be the connective energy of the live show. Jai Amore, with his band The Tribe, continues to bring laughter, tears, and memories to crowds locally and internationally.