Zurak Cancer Foundation unveils Jahayra Luciano "Jadiluc" as its ambassador for the upcoming breast cancer awareness program to educate the youth about breast cancer in various communities within the suburb of Accra.
The Accra-based Foundation says it is very excited about this partnership with the singer to share her story as a cancer survivor with the youth in order to raise awareness about the disease and its prevalence in Africa.
The Foundation works to raise awareness an early detection of cancers in Ghana.
Jahayra Luciano, professionally known as Jadiluc is an American R&B Pop singer of dance, salsa and house music. She is anticipated to be an important part of the resurgence of the retro dance music and neo-salsa movement in New York Metropolitan Area.
In 2008 Jadiluc made her first public appearances as a performer at the Coliseum Night Club, White Plains, NY and later that year at Le Poisson Rouge Nightclub in New York City as the opening act for Hit Dance Music recording artist Judy Torres.
The first song she ever wrote was titled “Best of Me” produced by Cedsolo. In 2009 all had gone awry when Jadi Luc was confronted with the challenge of combating a cancer diagnosis. Fortunately, following her recovery in 2011, Jadiluc re-entered the music world in 2013 as a cancer survivor and became part of the underground hit dance group Flight Monkey signed to an independent label under Ivy League Hits Entertainment and Producer Ced Solo.
As a cancer survivor, Jadiluc has become a vigilant advocate of encouraging early sign testing for women. Jadiluc is also a devoted mother to her miracle child, despite the fact that during her pregnancy and due to complications, the physician suggested to Jadi that she terminate the pregnancy in order to survive. Jadiluc motto in life is “Celebrate Life” and “Live Free, Be Who You Want To Be”.