Ms Jada Alanna Spight is the fifth of six children; born November 8th, 2000, to Pastor Lee Allen Spight Jr. and Michelle Denise Spight. At an early age her parents knew that there was a special anointing resting on her life and that she was sent to reach the masses for Jesus Christ. Jada was born in Buffalo, New York. Alongside her parents, she traveled throughout Western New York and the Southern Tier singing at local churches and conventions.

In 2015, she relocated from Kansas City to Buffalo, New York with her Mom and began attending Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts where she studied vocal music.

As an honors student, Jada volunteered her time assisting with after-school tutoring and also worked a part-time job at a local eatery. She was privileged to be a member of the Vocal Symphony, Resonance Vocal Jazz Ensemble and served as the senior representative for the vocal music department at Performing Arts. In October 2017 Jada competed with over 10,000 students across the country and was one of the 2018 winners of the National Young arts Foundation Talent search.

Jada has received numerous civic commendations for her participation within her community. Including most recently being honored with a “Jada Alanna Spight Day” in the city of Buffalo commemorated on August 23rd. After receiving over a dozen acceptance letters to colleges and universities across the country, Jada made her decision to commit to Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is currently in her junior year majoring in Music with a concentration in Voice. She will obtain her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2022.

Jada is not ashamed of her testimony. She had been severely burned in her head as a child, survived homelessness with her family and was resilient through frequent relocations during her father’s tenure as a pastor. She can say assuredly “she is still here by the grace of God”.

Jada is a passionate advocate for mental health and has recently launched a segment on Instagram live called “Mental Health Monday’s”. Ms. Spight uses her story of being institutionalized in a mental health facility (on suicide watch) to encourage those facing the same struggles to keep the faith. Jada is dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health and ridding her community of the stigma surrounding it.

She is 20 years old; and has been blessed to share the stage with Pastor Kim Burrell , Dottie Peoples, Dorinda Clark Cole and most recently Opera great Angela Brown, as well as her own sister, Gospel recording artist, Alexis Spight. Most recently, she collaborated with Alexis in The Cover Me Foundation’s project entitled “All is Not Lost.” Jada is featured among music industry greats such as Mali Music, The Clark Sisters, Amber Bullock and Kierra Sheard. Jada is a proud member of the True Bethel Church under the leadership of Bishop Darius Pridgen in Buffalo, New York. Over the summer of 2011 at age 11, Jada was one of the only finalist out of over 8,000 people in Kansas City to sing for the X Factor national television show before celebrity judges LA Reid and others and received a resounding “YES” to move forward to the final rounds; Recently, Jada auditioned for another television series “Sunday Best” and placed as a finalist (runner up).

Jada has been an invited guest all across the country using her gift to spread love and encouragement through the message of Jesus Christ. Most importantly Jada is committed to being God’s ambassador spreading love, joy and Jesus everywhere she goes.

Ms Jada Alanna Spight is the fifth of six children; born November 8th, 2000, to Pastor Lee Allen Spight Jr. and Michelle Denise Spight. At an early age her parents knew that there was a special anointing resting on her life and that she was sent to reach the masses for Jesus Christ. Jada was born in Buffalo, New York. Alongside her parents, she traveled throughout Western New York and the Southern Tier singing at local churches and conventions.

In 2015, she relocated from Kansas City to Buffalo, New York with her Mom and began attending Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts where she studied vocal music.

As an honors student, Jada volunteered her time assisting with after-school tutoring and also worked a part-time job at a local eatery. She was privileged to be a member of the Vocal Symphony, Resonance Vocal Jazz Ensemble and served as the senior representative for the vocal music department at Performing Arts. In October 2017 Jada competed with over 10,000 students across the country and was one of the 2018 winners of the National Young arts Foundation Talent search.

Jada has received numerous civic commendations for her participation within her community. Including most recently being honored with a “Jada Alanna Spight Day” in the city of Buffalo commemorated on August 23rd. After receiving over a dozen acceptance letters to colleges and universities across the country, Jada made her decision to commit to Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is currently in her junior year majoring in Music with a concentration in Voice. She will obtain her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2022.

Jada is not ashamed of her testimony. She had been severely burned in her head as a child, survived homelessness with her family and was resilient through frequent relocations during her father’s tenure as a pastor. She can say assuredly “she is still here by the grace of God”.

Jada is a passionate advocate for mental health and has recently launched a segment on Instagram live called “Mental Health Monday’s”. Ms. Spight uses her story of being institutionalized in a mental health facility (on suicide watch) to encourage those facing the same struggles to keep the faith. Jada is dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health and ridding her community of the stigma surrounding it.

She is 19 years old; and has been blessed to share the stage with Pastor Kim Burrell , Dottie Peoples, Dorinda Clark Cole and most recently Opera great Angela Brown, as well as her own sister, Gospel recording artist, Alexis Spight. Most recently, she collaborated with Alexis in The Cover Me Foundation’s project entitled “All is Not Lost.” Jada is featured among music industry greats such as Mali Music, The Clark Sisters, Amber Bullock and Kierra Sheard. Jada is a proud member of the True Bethel Church under the leadership of Bishop Darius Pridgen in Buffalo, New York. Over the summer of 2011 at age 11, Jada was one of the only finalist out of over 8,000 people in Kansas City to sing for the X Factor national television show before celebrity judges LA Reid and others and received a resounding “YES” to move forward to the final rounds; Recently, Jada auditioned for another television series “Sunday Best” and placed as a finalist (runner up).

Jada has been an invited guest all across the country using her gift to spread love and encouragement through the message of Jesus Christ. Most importantly Jada is committed to being God’s ambassador spreading love, joy and Jesus everywhere she goes.