Alaine available for bookings in Europe at summer 2018.
Singer/songwriter/Producer/Actor, Alaine possesses a sweet voice, songwriting skills reflecting depths of experiences and a smile that brightens any day.
Alaine studied classical piano and began writing songs at a very early age. Her talents as a singer and actress were recognized while she was a child and secured her roles in numerous Jamaican television programs and commercials, radio jingles, and theatrical productions. By age 9 Alaine had been a Red Cross Ambassador, performed in several cabaret shows and national events, hosted a popular children's television show, and landed herself a role in the movie 'Clara's Heart' starring Whoopi Goldberg.
After graduating with an honors degree in Management and Psychology, Alaine moved to New York where she juggled working in an Investment Bank (JPMorgan) while pursuing her musical career. She sang hooks for Roc-A-Fella recording artist, Cam'Ron, in the songs, “Live My Life” (Leave Me Alone) from the album Come Home With Me (Roc-A-Fella 2002), and “Yeo” from Music Inspired by Scarface (Def Jam, 2003). After receiving two promotions at JP Morgan, she chose to resign and follow her musical dreams to Jamaica.
Since July of 2004 Alaine has worked with some of the islands top producers and collaborated with some of the most influential artistes in Reggae music including; Shaggy (For Ur Eyez Only, Good Good), Beenie Man (Dreaming of You), Buju Banton(Luv-a-Dub) and Beres Hammond(Love Sounds), churning out hit after hit, and has earned her place as one of Jamaica’s most beloved female artistes.
'No Ordinary Love' charted on several Reggae Charts from across the world including, New York, Florida, Japan, Europe, Africas and the Caribbean.
'Deeper' was featured on Kingston 5 (Sony Europe 2005) and Strictly the Best Volume 36 (VP Records 2007).
'Wine' has been featured on Strictly the Best Volume 5 (VP Records 2007) and 'The Biggest Reggae Anthems for 2006' (Greensleeves Records).
Her singles “Heavenly” and 'Jah Jah Cry' were included in the compilation for 'Biggest Reggae One Drop Anthems 2006' (Greensleeves).
'Love Sounds', her collaboration with Beres Hammond is featured on Sly and Robbie's Grammy nominated Rhythm Doubles Album (Taxi Records 2006).
Her song “Wasn’t so Bad” was featured on the 57th grammy nominated album “The Reggae Power”.
Alaine has released numerous hit singles including, 'Rise In Love' (2007), 'You are Me’ (2010), ‘Bye Bye Bye’ (2012), ‘Hello’ (2015) and’ Born to Win’ (2016), among others.
She released three studio albums, ‘Sacrifice’ (2007), ‘Luv- a Dub’ (2012) and ‘Ten of Hearts’ (2015). ‘Ten of Hearts’ was cited as one of the top ten reggae albums of 2015 on billboard.com.
She penned the hit, ‘Tight Skirt’ for Samantha J and Co-wrote the Tarrus Riley hit ‘Gimmie Likkle One Drop’
Alaine has enjoyed considerable success across East Africa, performing to sold out crowds of thousands of patrons and has collaborated with leading artists on hit songs such as ‘Nakupenda Pia’ (Wyre), and the 2017 smash hits “I Do’ (Willy Paul) and ‘Addicted’ (Eddy Kenzo),
She has toured the world thrilling audiences all over the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, South America and Japan.
Alaine, the Philanthropist, has given back much of her time to the betterment of young people, working with, and contributing to, the music departments of several primary schools across Jamaica.
She is a resident judge for Jamaica’s number one talent search show “Rising Stars” where she enjoys considerable popularity as the live wire of the show.
Alaine is the perfect combination of beauty and talent. Her authenticity shines through and her versatility is boundless. Her sweet voice coupled with her impressive song writing skills and electric personality, perfectly combine to create and unforgettable sound that is all her own.