Jaynee spent the early part of her musical education at the renowned Sylvia Young Theatre School treading the same paths as Rita Ora, Vanessa White of 'The Saturdays' and Leona Lewis.
Jaynee knew that she had to pursue her musical ambitions further, with the intention of developing her voice, and did this by winning a place at the prestigious BRIT School (British Recording Industry Trust) in Croydon, South London were artists such as Amy Winehouse, Jessie J and Adele had studied. It was here that Jaynee began to develop her talent for songwriting and started to collaborate with other young musicians, feeding her taste for live music and performance. Jaynee has said:
“The BRIT School was an amazing experience. Being immersed in such a creative environment with other people like me really showed me that this [performing] is what I want to do with my life. I loved it! If I could do it all over again, I would!”
All the while developing her songwriting skills, university called with Jaynee electing to study Music and Business at VocalTech, West London. The course also allowed Jaynee to understand the science behind recording music whilst taking modules in sequencing and live sound; enabling Jaynee to become familiar with Logic which would be the destination platform for laying down her songs.
Upon completion of her degree, Jaynee ventured out for collaborators and found Frank Silver, Hypertone and Fastlane among others which led to the summer jam 'Fully to Blame' with 'Migraine Skank' MC, Gracious K. The track debuted on BBC 1Xtra by Charlie Sloth and featured rotation across MTV.
Whilst composing her own material, Jaynee has also been songwriting for other artists, most notably Jessica Sutta of The Pussycat Dolls.
Never one to rest casually on her laurels; Jaynee can now be found in front of the camera shooting the new show 'South Side Story' for BBC Three which will be airing early this year.