Grenadian/American pop artiste Zhavea Perry is presently in Grenada promoting her new pop/reggae single album ‘Victim’.
In an interview with the Grenada Informer Newspaper Thursday last, Zhavea said that she got involved in singing at a young age. She added that music has always been a career she aspired and started pursuing her passion for music right after graduating from high school.
Her Professional music career started five years ago by performing only pop R&B music, and in 2003, incorporated pop dancehall and reggae to her music, because of her love for dancehall music growing up.
She revealed to the Grenada Informer that in 2015 she had three #1 singles called ‘Turn up’, ‘shut it down’ & ‘give me that love’ featuring popular dancehall artist ‘Bennie Man’ as well as a single called ‘spotlight’ featuring Mr. Vegas.
The pop artiste added that her collaboration with some of Jamaica’s top Reggae and Dancehall artistes has been a great experience and made special mention of Bennie man, with whom she teamed up to do a song and a video production last year.
She is currently in college studying business, but because of her many travels she takes her classes on line noting that it is important to continue to advance her education as nothing is promised in this world.
Ms. Zahvea stated that the music industry is harder than some may think, and most of her days consist of music, be it rehearsal at the studio or going to the gym which she said is important during her singing & dancing performances.
She disclosed that she faces many challenges in the music industry, one of which is the long hours without sleep and sometimes performing while sick. She however added that she never lets her challenges hinder her goals.
Zahvea is striving to take her music to the top and to excel by producing more albums, videos, and giving great performances while touring the world.
Zhavea recently performed live at Club Bananas and at Club Galaxy and all proceeding from the shows were donated to a local charity the Bel-air home for children and adolescence in Grenada.