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J-Sol Singer takes next generation on an exciting career journey

Talented singer song writer “J-Sol,” proved to be a great hit with students from St Albans Girls’ School when he visited them last week. He wowed the Year 7 and 8 students with his soulful singing and simultaneously inspired them to hold on to their career dreams and fly high. He reassured them that no career journey was a straight road, and whilst there are always ups, downs, left and right turns and hurdles to cross, everything really does happen for a reason. His advice was ‘think big, dream big, keep fighting and never give up!’ Photo of Year 8 student Madelijn Gould J-Sol thrilled the audience by sharing his star studded career journey which began when he won his school talent competition. From there he went to the Brit School of Music, performed at the Olympic Stadium alongside ‘Little Mix’ for the National Lottery and supported Boyz II Men on tour. He even met up with the then Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street after being nominated for ‘The Spirit Of London Award’ for ‘Achievement’. He is currently signed up with Sony and his recently released debut EP ‘Genesis’ rocketed straight to #10 on the iTunes chart. STAGS PSHCE Teacher, Mrs Wheatley said “J-Sol was an amazing performer and listening to him was a real treat for the staff and students. They absolutely loved the whole experience from beginning to end.” Additional information: He visited on Wednesday 6th December and played to approximately 300 students. J-Sol’s new track ‘Keep It On The Low’ premiered on BBC 1Xtra and is now being played on BBC's Radio 1. He had a very kind and caring attitude as well as huge stage presence - he was great with the students who really engaged with his careers message.

Caused a real buzz of excitement in school Check out a couple of his links below;

J-Sol - Treat Her Like A Lady J-Sol - Keep It On The Low

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Mr P O'Neill

Sandridgebury Lane

St Albans



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