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God is Truely With this Girl

I got to see Ayiesha this past Friday at the Women of Faith Conference. I had never heard of her before, But I can Truely say I was very Impressed! She will be one to keep your eyes on. God has great things planned for her. CD is Definetly worth buying! I Love the the song Happy and Big Enough is Probably my Favorite!

Greatness

she is a very great singer and i recommend her to anyone.....She's even better in concert!!!!! =]

jesusfreaks!

wow this girl is amazing! God has completly givin her an amazing voice for all us to hear...i especially love her song Happy...its uplifting and has helped me through several days. i hope God continues to bless her and never forget that He is in control of everything!!!

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s

Christian recording artist Ayiesha Woods was born in Long Island, NY, on July 2, 1979, but grew up in a number of locales, including Florida, Georgia, Texas, Hawaii, and Bermuda, which no doubt contributed to the Caribbean and dancehall feel in her music. Woods released an independent project, What You Do to Me, in 2004, and a song from that album, "Crazy," was heard on a local radio station by former dc Talk member Toby McKeehan on a visit to Jamaica. McKeehan sought...
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