Jun 14, 2018
Instant fame is a double-edged sword: it can be used for you or against you. From being the popular cheerleader, playing sports, and participating in extracurricular activities, you might go to the top or bottom of the totem pole. This was exactly what Jada Vance faced after being eliminated from American Idol. But she managed to get up and wipe away the tears by turning her tragedy into a triumph. Jada used her fame by spreading her country music, spunky attitude, and contagious smile as an advocate for childhood cancer, veteran interests, and MRSA awareness. The small-town Tennessee native has worked with some of classic country’s best, including Linda Davis and Teddy Gentry. Her previous single, Hick N Roll, hit country radio late 2017, with its music video debuting nationally on Heartland TV. Her latest track, There’s Always Me, is being played across the US and internationally. Jada’s incredible story exemplifies the traits of being a Heartrepreneur: authenticity, transparency and integrity. Just showing up and being who you are. If people like it, awesome. If people don’t dig it, that’s just as awesome!
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