Jadyn Maria inks a joint deal with Ne-Yo's Compound Entertainment and Sylvia Rhone's Universal Motown.
New singer Jadyn Maria who is mentored by Ne-Yo has inked a deal with Universal Motown. "It's the greatest validation of a new artist's talent to earn the praises of a fellow artist who has already made it to the top of the game, so it speaks volumes that Ne-Yo has chosen Jadyn as his very first signing," Motown's president Sylvia Rhone said of Jadyn's recruitment to her company.
"Jadyn is a fantastic singer and gifted songwriter who really stands apart from the pack of new female artists with enormous charisma, a unique personal style, and a sassy edge," Sylvia continued praising the new singer. "It gives me great pleasure to welcome Jadyn Maria into the Universal Motown family."
Beside securing a deal with Universal Motown, Jadyn Maria has also been signed to Ne-Yo's Compound Entertainment. She is described by Ne-Yo as a singer who is "smart as a whip, pretty as a porcelain doll, and talented as all hell."
Jadyn Maria is now preparing to release her debut album, which is confirmed to be titled "Man's World", this fall. She joins forces with Flo Rida in a new single titled "Good Girls Like Bad Boys" and recently had its music video being debuted for viewing pleasure.