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|Born||5 November 2005|
Sreya Jayadeep (born 5 November 2005) is an Indian playback singer from the state of Kerala. She has recorded song for music albums and films in Malayalam language. She has appeared on the Television reality shows, Surya Singer in Surya TV and Sun Singer in Sun TV.
Sreya was born in the city of Calicut, Kerala, in 2005 to Jayadeep and Praseetha. She has a younger brother called Sourav. By the age of ten, she had recorded more than 50 devotional and film songs. Sreya's first commercial song was on the Christian devotional album Hitham; she later recorded an entire album called Sreyam. Her mother recalls that, at the age of two, Sreya began singing while listening to the television and radio. She started learning classical music at age four. Sreya began music lessons at age three. Her teacher in classical music was Thamarakkad Krishnan Namboodiri, and playback singer Sathish Babu trained her in different genres of music.
Her schooling began in Silver Hills Higher Secondary School in Kozhikode. Currently, Sreya is at eighth grade in the Devagiri CMI Public School in Kozhikode.
In 2013, at age 8, she participated in a contest for kids, Surya Singer, on Surya TV, and won first prize. In 2014, she participated in the Tamil reality show Sun Singer on Sun TV and won first prize. Her debut as a playback singer was in the Malayalam film Weeping Boy[when?] with two songs: "Chema Chema Chemanoru" and "Thaaraattupattum". She received more film offers after that and worked in a number of Malayalam films. She had a breakthrough with the song "Enno Njan Ente" from the film Amar Akbar Anthony (2015).
In 2016, she sang "Minungum Minnaminuge" in the film Oppam, which was one of the most popular Malayalam songs of the year and gained her critical acclaim. Sreya considers music director M. Jayachandran her guru. Jayachandran had said that he would place Sreya next to Sujatha Mohan and Shreya Ghoshal.
Sreya also debuted[when?] in Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada language films. She is part of the "Harithasree" project of Kerala government, for which she sang the melodious environmental duet "Oru Thai Nadaam" with G. Venugopal, written by Sugathakumari. She also played the part of "Ormayil Oruvattam Koodi" in a musical show in memory of M. B. Sreenivasan, conducted by music director M. Jayachandran.
|Award||Year||Category||Film / Serial||Song|
|Kerala State Film Awards||2015||Special Mention||Amar Akbar Antony||"Enno Njanente"|
|Henko Flowers and Indian Film||2015||Special Jury Award|
|South Indian International Movie Awards||2016||Best Playback Singer||Amar Akbar Anthony||"Enno Njanente"|
|Red FM Award||2016||Best Debut Singer||Amar Akbar Anthony||"Enno Njanente"|
|Red FM Award||2016||New Sensational Singer|
|Asiavision Movie Awards||2016||New Sensation in Singing||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Flowers TV Award||2016||Special Jury Mention||Amar Akbar Anthony||"Enno Njanente"|
|IIFA Utsavam (Malayalam section)||2017||Best Playback Singer (Female)||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Asianet Television Awards||2017||Best Playback Singer||Vanambadi|
|Anand TV Award||2017||Prodigy Singing|
|Thikkurissi Award||2017||Best Playback Singer||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Vayalar Ramavarma Award||2017||Best Playback Singer||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Mangalam Music awards||2017||Popular Singer||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Mangalam Music awards||2017||Singer spl jury||Oppam||"Minungum Minnaminuge"|
|Flowers Music awards||2018||spl jury||Pullikaran Staara||Tapp tapp|
|UK event life||2018||Budding young nightingale||Album||Mele manathe Eshoye||Snehamam eeshoye from CD "Love of God"|
|Year||Song||Film / album||Notes|
|2013||"Pinneyum Snehichu"||Hitham||Album song|
|2013||"Chemma Chemma"||Weeping boy|
|2013||Tharattu pattum||Weeping boy|
|2014||"Vinnile Naru Punyame"||Sparsam|
|2014||"Divyakarunyame"||Christian devotional song|
|2014||"Aarilum ashrayam"||Christian devotional song|
|2014||"Mele manathe eeshoye"||God||Christian devotional song|
|2015||"Sree Sabareesane"||Sabari Punyam||Hindu devotional song|
|2015||"Yenno Njanente"||Amar Akbar Anthony|
|2016||"Onam Onam Onam"||Ponnaavani Paattukal|
|2016||"Onde Thaayi"||John Jani Janardhan||Kannada film|
|2017||Title songs||Vanambadi (TV series)||Malayalam TV serial|
|2017||Title songs||Mouna Ragam (TV series)||Tamil TV series (Vanambadi (TV series)|
|2017||Title song||Vezhambal||Malayalam TV serial|
|2017||Tapp Tapp||Pullikkaran Staraa|
|2017||[[Snehamam eshoye||[[Love of God Album|
|2018||Title song||Arundathi||Malayalam TV serial|
|2018||"Amma I Love You"||Bhaskar Oru Rascal|
|2018||Title song||Kuttikurumban||Malayalam TV serial|
|2019||Title song||Ayyappa Saranam||Malayalam TV serial|
|2019||"Rekkeyaa"||Kavacha||Kannada remake of "Minungum Minnaminunge"|
|2019||"Mathaliru Pookkum Kalam"||Professor Dinkan|
- "Little nightingale Sreya looks forward to a promising year". OnManorama. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
- "Sreya Jayadeep is the winner of Surya Singer Music Reality show". VINODADARSHAN. Retrieved 20 May 2017.
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