Harlem’s Claude Jay’s New “Find Your Light, Read The Signs Of Time” (Video)

Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), a dance/house music classic, is re-released for 2020 to bring hope and light to a dark place and time. “When you come from darkness into the light”. “Read the signs of time and in your mind, you’ll surely find it”.

In 2020, we are experiencing COVID 19 and protests ignited by the killing of George Floyd by police. In 2020, Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), song and video, remembers and celebrates the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tarvon Martin, Eric Gardner, Michael Brown, Braonna Taylor, Rayshawn Taylor and Black men and women who lost their lives at the hands of police. This video also celebrates a diverse group of men and women who are lifting their voices worldwide in a peaceful protest against police brutality and for justice and equality and loudly and proudly saying #BlackLivesMatter.

Find Your Light, (Read the Signs of Time), music and lyric written by Claude Jay, Produced by Al Cleveland & Daryl Cleveland, Executive Producer, Angel Erazo, Jr., Video, Direct-Flex; for Purple MaJic Records & Productions, Claude Jay, CEO. Al Cleveland, Producer is Claude Jay’s uncle and Motown Songwriter. He co-wrote, What’s Going On, by Marvin Gaye Check out Claude Jay IG: cjaynyc and Facebook: Claude Jay. Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), is available for download and streaming in online music stores, Apple Music iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, iHeartradio, Pandora, Tik Tok, Shazam, YouTube, Deezer and others.

Claude Jay, “Ambassador of Music”, a title and review he received while performing in Japan. Claude Jay’s recordings include the dance classic, Love Is the Answer, Be Alright (A Starter Jacket Remix), gospel EP, Sweet, Sweet Spirit, R&B Ballad, Heaven Knows I Love You, and inspirational anthem, Press On. Claude Jay has raised his voice and given of his talent for many causes, fundraisers, HIV/AIDS, A Concert for Haiti, Japan Relief for seniors, children, education and scholarship funds. For nine years, he gave an annual fundraising concert for his Alma Mater Morehouse College.

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Claude Jay has performed on the renowned stages of New York City, Carnegie Recital Hall, Apollo Theater, Iridium, Harlem Week, Lincoln Center Outdoor Festival. In 2019, Claude Jay was honored to sing a solo concert, with his singers and band Purple Majic, in Central Park, on the Harlem Meer Performance Series. Throughout his career, Claude Jay’s, singers and band have accompanied him in the studio and live performances. His voice and music have taken him to International stages performing in France, Italy, Brazil, Argentina, Japan and his recordings have been heard in countries throughout the world.

An actor, Claude Jay, has appeared in films, television, and Theater. His credits include The Joker, Spiderman3, 27 Dresses; television: Elementary, The OG, Law & Order and Ed and theater a member of the Obie and Drama Desk Award-Winning, Family Repertory Company.

In 2020, the release of, “Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), is music with a message. We will be and see better and emerge from this dark time into the light.

Here’s the Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time) video:

Contact: PurpleMaJicProd@gmail.com/ 917-570-0262, Claude Jay, Artist Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), Dance Single, Official Trailer and Video, available Music Now online stores before- Apple Music, itunes, Spotify, GooglePlay, Deezer, Amazon, iHeartRadio, Youtube, and the Music & Lyrics: Claude Jay, Producers: Al Cleveland & Daryl Cleveland, Executive Producer: Angel Erazo, Jr. and Video Director: Direct-Flex. Credit: Youtube.
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