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adorable and sweet

When is this girl going to release a full length album?? She sounds so adorable and sweet and when you listen to her all you want to do is lay in a flower patch and stare at the clouds.

So very beautiful

.... I think she is one of the best singers ever, I have been waiting for months for her new album, is too bad is taking so long.

Like with the possibility of Love...

I like the way all of her songs relate to colours...i also think she has the potential to be the next ingrid michaelson...if you like this kind of music try meiko...same flavour different songs....i think that if she came up with a full album this girl could be on the top 100 list...for sure!

Biography

Born: Long Island, NY

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

A member of the New York anti-folk scene that developed in the early part of the 21st century, singer/songwriter Jaymay (real name: Jamie Kristine Seerman) has drawn comparisons to Feist and Laura Veirs with her wistful vocals and literate, folksy narratives. Jaymay spent her childhood in Long Island, where she was raised alongside five siblings and developed an early love for books, violin, piano, and the Bob Dylan songbook. Following college, she relocated to Manhattan with the intention of pursuing...
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