Jamaican Reggae artiste Alaine Laughton has ditched the Dancehall music for Gospel.

The 39-year-old, who started her music journey officially in 2003, announced the news via her Instagram page.

Alaine who is a Jamaican-American reggae singer and songwriter was born in New Jersey, but moved to Jamaica at the age of three.

“Best Saturday morning everrrrrrrrr!!!!! I LOVE GOD sooooo much!!!! I got baptized this morning.. and what a JOY!!!!!! Behold I do a new thing; now it shall spring forth.. shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.(Isaiah 43:19)  thank you to my pastor and my  family  thank you I love you my sister.. ” shared Alaine Singa

Music breakthrough

Alaine is switching lanes after 13 years in the Reggae world. She has been able to release four Albums named; Ten of Hearts, Without You, No Ordinary Love and Sacrifice.

Ms Laughton received her breakthrough in the music scene in 2005 after dropping her single titled “No Ordinary Love”.

On February 28, 2017 Alaine teamed up with Kenyan gospel star Willy Paul and dropped a beautiful wedding song dubbed

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Up to date Alaine has been able to record more than 67 songs.

She has joined the list of musician’s who have switched from secular music to gospel, among them Size 8, Amani, Olive Karem, Wahu, Lady Bee and others.