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Jaye Delai

Jaye Delai has been a creative force, bringing passion to the world of entertainment since the late 80’s. His almost 25 years of experience engaging and entertaining audiences all over the world is just the beginning, Now the new chapter begins. From the silver screen and the stage to behind the microphone, his voice has been heard by millions daily on radio and television.

He began making a name for himself as an Award Winning Morning Show Host. Jaye then moved into acting, landing roles in major motion such as Jason’s Lyric. His brilliance continued to shine on stage in the National hit stage play “Men Cry in the Dark”. An innovative businessman and gifted writer, he co-wrote and produced one of thirteen scripts to his credit, his first feature film, “The Message”.

Presently, he is a highly sought after voice actor. He’s been heard in most cities across America from New York to as well as countries like , , Jamaica, and Malaysia. In 2003, Jaye formed Voice Of A Nation Communications. He has been the voice of such nationally syndicated shows as The Yolanda Adams Morning Show, heard in over 40 cities in the U.S. He has also been the voice of many stations worldwide ranging in formats from country and classic rock to urban and top 40. In 2012, Jaye was selected as the voice of P90X’s newest workout, “Asylum”. Jaye’s versatility took him to television, successfully endorsing product campaigns from Ford to Time Warner and becoming the voice for the NBA Charlotte Bobcats.

His interests extend far beyond the world of entertainment. Jaye spends a great deal of time working for social, political, and philanthropic causes. His love for led him to proudly serve as the Official Spokesperson for of Greater Charlotte for many years. In 2008, he founded Jaye Delai’s 101 Steps 2 Success Foundation. The organization is dedicated to help fight .

In his numerous years as a broadcast veteran, actor, comedian, and community leader, Jaye Delai lives his life by the belief that a man’s legacy is not what he acquires, but what he deposits in others. With a boundless energy for all things positive and a passion for exacting change in his community, Jaye Delai shares his motto: ‘I’ll rest when I dead’!

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