Jeharna South

Jeharna 'Jeh' Ria South (born on 21 March 1994) is an English Gospel singer and songwriter.
Early life
Jeharna South Was born in Wolverhampton, England to Paul and Ruthlyn South.
She is the second of five children, including one younger sister.
South began singing at her local church, her first request to sing was at age three. The church is known for vibrant singing and thus provided South with a varied and inspirational outlook on music and made a marked impression on her ministry.
At the age of nine she began travelling extensively around the United Kingdom. When she was eleven, South auditioned for a scholarship to Birmingham University Junior Conservatoire, where she is currently studying classical singing, piano and music theory.
In 2005 she entered and won a singing competition sponsored by the Children's Royal Variety Club of Great Britain, winning a family trip to Paris. Also in the same year, South sang at the GEM (Gospel Entertainment Music) Awards. In addition, she sang at the House of Commons.
In May 2009, South was invited to 3ABN to record for Kid's Time, one of their children's programs. South accompanied international singer Neville Peters at the North England Conference Camp Meeting, which was also attended by the following international speakers: Pastor Jeff Youlden, Pastor Randy Skeete and Pastor David Asscherick.
South is currently working on her debut album.
Personal life
South is homeschooled.
She attends Pendeford Seventh-day Adventist Church.
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