Remember the Blood
Jada Mayson was born in Monrovia Liberia on October 3, 1981. As a child in Liberia, her parents Gen. Henry and Fannie Mayson Dubar stressed the importance of education; although she thrived academically, she always had a song in her heart from as early as she could remember. Jada and her family immigrated to the United States in early 1990 because of the civil war that devastated their country. Although she was faced with a new culture and the uncertainty of the condition of her home land, Jada continued to thrive in her new home. Jada became known predominately for her academic achievements,appearing on CNN talkback live, ABC NEWS, NJN news New Jersey Star- Ledger among others;but singing and songwriting were always her passions. Jada gave her life to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ when she began her freshman year at Iowa State University in 1999. There she joined the praise and worship team at Campus Ministries and although the spirit of fear gripped her about sharing her gift of praise and worship in front of an entire church full of people, the leaders, recognizing Jada's gift, placed her as lead of worship services. Spiritual growth and walking in God's will was and remains the most important goals in Jada's life. The years passed and Jada relocated to New Jersey, where she began leading worship at Rhema Ministries. A life of service, prayer and supplication continued. Jada, as do all Christians,began to be harrassed by many temptations of the devil, but by the grace of God, she continued to seek the Lord's face and his guidance. Although Jada always kept a notebook where she wrote songs, they were just for her to worship the lord in her personal time with him; she never imagined that one day the songs from that notebook would be on her first album. Remember the Blood is her current and first CD. It is an outpouring of her love and adoration for God. This album is an infusion of Reggae, Hip Hop, African and classical sounds. Jada's powerhouse voice, which has been described as platinum, soars over the tracks. In every note, Jada's passion is felt. The songs are relevant and ministers to the issues and needs that face today's Christians, particularly the younger generation. Every song on the album was written and arranged by Jada. Jada has performed in churches all over the country. She is a member and co worship leader at Bethel World Outreach Center of Northern New Jersey. Her home pastor is Pastor Peter Gray, and her spiritual counselor is Sis Denise Gray.