About Jade Novah
Multi-talented R&B singer-songwriter Jade Novah has gone viral with her covers of pop hits and spot-on impression of Beyoncé.
• Born Lindsay Fields, Novah grew up singing in the church in Cleveland. She attended Kent State, where she majored in fashion merchandising.
• Before striking out as an artist, she wrote songs for others, including Mýa, Christina Milian, and Melanie Fiona. She also worked as a backup singer for superstars like Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga.
• She returned to singing in 2012 and released the mixtape Shades of Jade. She found internet fame the following year with a cover of Rihanna’s “Diamonds” that earned 11 million video views. She also went viral with her comedic impressions of Beyoncé.
• The singer released her debut single, “Show Out,” in 2013.
• In 2018, she released her debut album, All Blue, and served as a vocal producer and mentor on the Fox music competition show The Four.
• She returned in 2020 with her sophomore album, Stages.