Elijah Saint was born in Hanover Jamaica and became interested in all aspects of music. At the age of fourteen, he left Jamaica and moved to New York City. It was there where he began to explore his creative capabilities. Elijah writes, performs, arranges, mixes and produces his own music and title his genre as Experimental. He performed with Michael Walker the lead singer of Chaser a popular band from Long Island, New York. Elijah was later signed to Now & Forever Records an independent label in Queens, New York of 1994. "Megan Dane", from his second album titled Unorthodox 15 was backed by Marsha Morrison who toured with Pop Reggae artist Shaggy. Elijah then went on to work with R&B singer Leslie Carter and opened up with her at Club Peppers in Manhattan. In addition Elijah Saint worked with D-Hynez, a talented independent artist from Far Rockaway, New York. Elijah collaborated on her album by means of writing and performing two songs titled "Have An Open Mind" and "Hollywood." He performed at the C-Note, and Sidewalk Cafe in New York City. Both of Elijah Saint's album titled Rebirth and Unorthodox 15 is on CD Baby as well as I Tunes for purchase. In November 2004, Just Plain Folks Music Awards which was held in Santa Ana, California at The Galaxy Concert Theatre nominated Elijah Saint and Desmond Rhoden for "I'm A Born Jamaican" from his first album titled Rebirth for Best Song and Best Album. "I Don't Care" and "It Can Be Done" was aired on 102.3 WBAB Fm Long Island's Rock station by DJ Fingers. In 2006 Elijah began interviewing independent artist on a mini audio recorder not knowing where that project was going to end up. Then on March 2008 Elijah Saint founded and created Real As It Gets podcast with John K the show Producer. You can catch Elijah Saint on the Mevio website hosting and interviewing artists from IMRadio, MySpace, The Sixtyone and other websites.
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