Jahméne

Jahméne

Jahméne

Jahméne is an award-winning British soul and gospel singer with a unique vocal talent that’s stunned audiences worldwide. His debut album ‘Love Never Fails’ smashed straight into the charts at No 1 before he found international success with his spine-tingling cover of David Guetta’s ‘Titanium’. Jahméne has collaborated with superstars Stevie Wonder, Samuel L. Jackson and Nicole Scherzinger, and has collected many accolades including Best Male Newcomer at the Urban Music Awards and a nomination at the MOBO Awards.

Jahméne Aaron Douglas, who now records simply as Jahméne, first rose to prominence after wowing judges and millions of viewers with his powerful vocal performances on the ninth series of The X Factor, finishing closely behind winner James Arthur. Offers from record labels began to flood in for the talented young singer, and he released his eagerly anticipated debut studio album, Love Never Fails, in 2013. Featuring a duet with Nicole Scherzinger and a guest turn by legendary Stevie Wonder on harmonica, the album hit the No 1 position within a week of release.

Following up his debut with 2016’s Unfathomable Phantasmagoria, Jahméne began to gain more creative control over his music, successfully blending gospel, soul and R&B to produce his unique and instantly recognisable sound. The album featured an introduction by Hollywood A-lister Samuel L. Jackson, showcasing Jahméne’s emotive vocals and incredible range while proving his abilities as an eloquent and emotive songwriter. In the same year, he released the inspirational single ‘I Wish’, penned by iconic songwriter Diane Warren: this iconic tune soon became the anthem of the Peace One Day charity. Jahméne has steadily broadened his popularity while further developing his sound, and continues to stun audiences with his remarkable vocals at exhilarating live performances across the globe.