Ghanaian Gospel act J A Y wins top award at Celebrate African-Australians Award 2017
Written by Ghana Music Radio on November 29, 2017
Justice Peacock aka J A Y, a Ghanaian Gospel artiste based in Australia, has bagged a top award at the 2017 edition of the prestigious Celebrate African-Australians Award.
The “I’m A Soldier” singer picked up the “Professional Excellence – Artist/Songwriter/Producer” award. He beat a stiff competition from Daniel Kamara aka Terror D, Currency Baba, King B-Fine, John K-Kay and Bankole Andrew to win the statuette.
In an interview with Pulse.com.gh, elated J A Y disclosed that “I feel blessed and happy to be recognized by Celebration of African Australians NSW. I feel even much honoured to be recognised alongside other deserving winners within the community. I am encouraged, inspired and motivated to do even more as a professional and to continue exploring other things I can do to help others in the African Australian community.”
Celebrate African-Australians Award is aimed at celebrating and appreciating my professional achievements as an African Australian in NSW and also acknowledging my professional contribution to the wider African community in NSW.
The award also places me as a role model to serve as a mentor to young African Australians; inspire and motivate them to reach even greater heights in their endeavours.
About J A Y
J A Y is a dynamic and virtuoso Gospel singer and songwriter. He is also a creative audio-visual designer, sound engineer, and the CEO of ‘Last Stop Media Production (LST)’.
His zest and ingenuity in Media production engendered his attainment of the ‘Best Creative Media Award in 2014’ by the ‘Celebrate African Australian at the Australian Parliament House.
He is an author and is soon launching an evocative and exhilarating book, entitled, “Could this be Love?”
Aside from his enterprising media production, he is a Pastor at the Christian Life Centre in Sydney (Harvest Worldwide). He holds a Master of Science (MSc) and a Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Psychology from the Charles Stuart University, Australia.
Listen to “I’m A Soldier” Here: