The debut single from singer and actress Syndey Agudong who goes by her musical persona Jayne Doe, 'Welcome to Hollywood' is an effortless blend of soul-stirring vocals, moody guitar riffs and a catchy hook, that becomes a candid anthem of sacrifice.
Born and raised in Hawai’i, Sydney Agudong, made her first on-stage debut at eighteen months old, and knew that’s where she belonged.The talented multi-instrumentalist spent her childhood years singing in local talent shows and competitions, receiving awards and recognition at every stop. At the age of ten, Sydney wrote and recorded her first original song called 'I’m So Sorry', which was later played and requested on local Hawaiian radio stations.
Sydney moved to Los Angeles to continue her life as a musician and as an actress. Sydney Agudong is now ready to introduce her new musical persona to the world - Jayne Doe, with the release of her first single, 'Welcome to Hollywood', a metaphor for what it means to live in the glamorous “city of stars and angels,” the process of rejections, and the mental strength and sacrifice it takes to make a dream come true.
On the release she confides, "It describes my own adversity and experience with pursuing my dreams and it is more of a metaphor for everyone and what it means to put your health and heart out on the line without knowing what the future holds at any point in time “Hollywood’ is glamorized as a place where people can be whoever they want to be and live out their wildest dreams, but no one ever talks about the thousands and thousands of rejections and thoughts of giving up and giving in to one of those critics or “no’s” that tell you it’ll never happen, whether you or someone else is the critic themselves. No one talks about the mental strength and sacrifice it takes to make a dream come true."
When she’s not in the studio and out performing, Sydney is quickly developing her on-screen credits in TV and film. She shot a lead role in her first feature film titled, 'West Michigan', and booked a recurring guest star role on Netflix’s 'On My Block'.
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