Jenna Drey

Jenna Drey


For the past 7 years, Jenna Drey has been known for her contribution to bring pop sensibility and great song writing back into the world of dance/electronic music . With over two albums, 7 singles and 4 consecutive Hot Dance Airplay Billboard charting singles to her name, Jenna Drey is currently releasing a new self –penned single on June 1, 2012, “Summer Night In Seattle.” Also, a new album is underway, as a follow up to her previous two albums, which contained the Billboard Dance Radio and Club charting dance hits such as “Killin’ Me”, & “Why Should I Believe You”, and the 2007 Billboard #4 dance song hit “By The Way.” In 2011, she released the single, “Can’t Let Go” which received consistent airplay on reporting dance leaning stations such as C89.5 Seattle, Music Choice, WNRG 107.9 FL, and more.

Jenna Drey released her 4th single, “All Out Of Love,” in May 2008, with leading U.S dance/pop record label, Robbins Entertainment, as a follow up to her smash hit, “By The Way.” With a great feature review from Chuck Taylor at Billboard Magazine, the single found it’s way across a wide variety of stations in the U.S, including WKTU in NY and 104.3 in LA, as well as making its way to the R&R Top 40 indicator charts. The past three singles have all been consecutive Billboard Dance Chart topping originals, with “By The Way” reaching as high as #4 in the spring of 2007, maintaining a chart position for 16 consecutive weeks.

Not only does the artist have pipes of steel and a three octave range, she has worked with such as two-time Grammy-award winning producer Nile Rodgers (for Madonna, Eric Clapton, Alphabeat, and many more) and Kevin Churko, producer/writer for the likes of Ozzy Osbourne and Shania Twain, and many more. Jenna is currently working with Lenny B, one of the most prominent and current dance music producers and remixers. She has fortunately had the opportunity to perform as venues as large as Jones Beach in NY for 104.KTU Beatstock, clubs throughout the U.S, and has been a part of the main stage line-ups for pride organizations throughout the U.S. Jenna even performed at Wasnington D.C’s main stage line-up the summer of 2011 in front of the Capitol Building for over 100,000 people.

Her original song, “A Thousand Times a Day,” was recently a feature song in the motion picture, “A Big Gay Musical.” Over the past several years, Jenna’s music has appeared and been used on TV and film for shows such as “America’s Top Model,” the DVD pressings for “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Melrose Place” and even a feature song in the motion picture “Bachelor Party Vegas.”
As a songwriter, Jenna has gained industry notoriety by winning five high profile songwriting contests: The Dallas Songwriters / Gibson Guitar National Contest ; The USA Songwriting Competition for “Why Should I Believe You”; The International Songwriting Competition for “Killin’ Me”; and most notably, the VH-1 Save The Music, “Song of the Year Competition” where she won in two categories, Best Dance Song and Best Pop Song.
“ Just Like That,” Jenna’s first single, produced by Nile Rodgers, was further honored in October 2004, when it was adopted as the battle song for the 2004 World Series Champions, The Boston Red Sox. The chorus of the song, revised to “Reverse The Curse, Just Like that”, played at all televised home games, reaching an audience of over 12.5 million baseball fans each week. Other sports teams, including the Pistons, Pacers, Raiders, and Wizards have since begun implementing the “Just Like That” sports mixes into their live game entertainment.