Jamy was born in Italy from a Colombian mother and a Jordanian father, she grew up in Colombia and lived there until she was 14 years old.
She has always been musically gifted. From a young age, she was singing, performing, and dancing, she studied violin and singing technics at the Music Conservatory in Cali and also studied folklorist’s dances.
She moved back to Italy at 14 y.o. and continued to focusing on her strengths: singing and dancing.
Throughout the course of her musical career, Jamy has won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, developing her very unique and refined style that has allowed her to sing across different genres and languages.
Jamy now lives in London and has been collaborating with great musicians in different projects, such as Salseology, a multi awarded live salsa band that brings the best salsa brava to life in vibrant performances all over the UK.
It is such collaboration that has won to Jamy a nomination to the Lukas awards as "Vocalist of the year - 2018".
“Cuentos de la Luna”(Moon tales), Jamy’s last production, is the expression of a romantic, sensual and yet modern bachata, without forgetting the original spirit of the Dominican genre: the album was actually written, recorded and produced in the Caribbean island in Green Garage Studios.
The main inspiration is the moon, who is a passive witness of human emotions and lives, to whom many times humanity has revealed its deep love secrets, that’s how you can find songs that speak about impossible, toxic or unforgettable loves, as well as songs that approach the sentiment with power and pride.
The album also contains 2 kizombas, one of them in English, and an urban pop song “Suave”
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