Jerrilyn Mulbah, a product of the reality show, West African Idols 2007. Jerrilyn is out to show the world that sometimes with a possible attitude,belief and hard work. The winner of the competition isn’t usually the holder of the trophy. She has since been garnering knowledge in the media in and out of the country. Jerrilyn has released songs, “Molejo”, “Mr Dj”, “Leka”, gaining massive airplay on radio stations, using Afrofusion as a genre to take music to a greater height. Getting great reviews from critics in and out of the country.
- Being an inspiration to women of the next generation, Jerrilyn shows that
with talent,belief,prayers and determination you can reach any height,from
going through rough stints when she was a child in her home country,
Liberia, to loosing her parents, her mother most especially, whom she
adored and loved so much. Jerrilyn still pulled through all this with that
one super power that she has-her inspiring voice, jerrilyn sang for
choirs,churches and even went on to represent her country in a tribute to
AIDS patients worldwide, she makes the saying “never say never” a reality
to those who have lost hope of ever being heard.
- Currently signed to Miss Dynamite Entertainment,Jerrilyn recently released
a video for her song LEKA . “Leka” means “rock my body”. Leka is a song she
wrote through the knowledge she has of the experience of the modern African
woman,and also from her world of unimaginable artistic song-writing, the
song basically tells you how the African women like to be loved, shown
affection,be cared for, she shows the world that the talent of voice is
still existing in the African continent. The song, as it says would make
you wanna rock your body!!.
- Jerrilyn has being described as “the next big thing” from so many
journalists, media personnels and her ever growing fans across the nation.
She is signed to Miss Dynamite Entertainment.
- Jerrilyn is a source of inspiration to everyone,blessing the world with her
voice and giving us what we have always wanted-good music,as she always
say,”I want people to see me and believe that there is always hope whenever
they feel there isn’t, and know that music is a source of life