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Lady Najah Jahkur

Najah Jahkur is a native Houstonian who has been singing and performing since age 4. She attended Fleming Fine Arts Academy which helped to develop her vocal skills. She is a Singer, Songwriter and Music Director. Najah secured her first record deal at age 7, which opened many doors for her. She was booked at many churches as a result. She continued her career throughout middle school and high school, until she secured her second record deal with Onyx Records at age 16 and was then relocated to Atlanta, GA. The video was aired on BET and it was a great accomplishment for her. 

Najah’s exceptional vocal range is noted as Songstress Extraordinaire. Her beautiful 1rst and 2​nd soprano as well as alto vocal range gives way to her spiritual and neo-soul sound, in which her audience always give a well deserved standing ovation. Najah places her music with her positive energy, heart and soul that reaches the nations. When Najah graces the stage she surrenders herself to the creator which will leave you spiritually elevated. Currently Najah is working on her forth coming EP . She also serves as a lead vocalist under the tutelage of the phenomenal Mark Taylor and One Sound. 

Not only is she a great singer but she is an actress. She has toured with a Gospel play called “Stop Cheating on God's Time” which featured herself, Lecresia Campbell, Shawn and Gerald Levert, Cuba Gooding Sr., and Sounds of Blackness singers. Najah Jahkur has sang for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Al Gore, Former Mayor Lee Brown, Marvin Sapp, Yolanda Adams, Vickie Winans, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, V. Michael Mckay, Wyclef Jean, Raheem Devaughn, The Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan and many others. 

Najah Jahkur is the mother of three beautiful children, twins Jeremiah and Nehemiah and a daughter named Azizah. Najah also is a Humanitarian and Philanthropist. Najah believes we must help others so we can be blessed by God.

"Najah Jahkur vocals are
pure like gold"

                                                             - Thomas Love

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