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Ava Leigh: Destined For Stardom

When you see Ava Leigh for the first time, you wouldn't think that this unassuming 22-year-old blonde has a powerful voice that perfectly suits a pulsating reggae beat. Ava Leigh?s vocals can easily rival Fergie?s and Christina Aguilera?s. However, there is much to be desired about Ava Leigh-- you'd be amazed to see her taking the stage on a barefoot, which is her au naturel. Her zest for life and her carefree attitude are a given and not contrived. This native of Chester simply loves Bohemian and Jamaican sound is her cup of tea.

For weeks now, the reggae world has been experiencing tremors from Ava Leigh, who is slowly but surely gaining popularity and recognition over the Internet. This beautiful young lady and her vibey grooves are attention grabbing and impeccable? you don?t even have to see her in dreadlocks to enjoy reggae music! The moment you hear her Mad About The Boy single, you'll easily get ?mad about Ava Leigh.?

Her online profile on MySpace is peppered with positive comments from legions of reggae and ska aficionados who know great music the moment they hear it. Her songs, which she draws from her own experiences and travels, are infectious not only because of their sunny and catchy tunes but also because they relate to common people. Anyone has only positive things to say about Ava Leigh as a reggae artist; even hardcore reggae fans love her!

Ava Leigh?s recently concluded tour with Lupe Fiasco earned rave reviews and turned audiences into instant fans. She opened the show with soulful Mas Que Nada, which received thumbs up from the audience. Those who have heard her songs can?t get enough of Ava Leigh and end up scouring social networking sites and YouTube to know more about her.

Ava Leigh fell inlove with reggae because of her mother, who was a big fan of Lover?s Rock. Her deep passion for reggae encouraged her to submit her demo to a Virgin Records A&R man who later on put her through a major label.

Her debut single, Mad About The Boy, has received positive feedback from numerous entertainment websites and independent blogs. People love the reggae groove of this song, which is greatly influenced by the 70s reggae, and they are enjoying it more than they expected. It is an instant hit among YouTube viewers, most of them can?t get the tune out of their heads and have succumbed to the Last Song Syndrome (LSS) of Ava Leigh?s single.

Mad About The Boy can easily be Ava Leigh?s ticket to instant stardom. The potential of it reaching the Top 10 in the UK Charts is not unthinkable. It has the perfect package of a chart-topping single?great summer tune, great lyrics, and great singer. Once that happens, it will propel Ava Leigh to greater heights as the reggae princess, and follow the footsteps of her idol Lee Scratch Perry.

Mad About The Boy is also widely played on just about every radio station and that means that anyone who hears this song can potentially fall inlove with it and spread the Ava Leigh vibe.