Singer/Songwriter Jennifer Osaigbovo Mack, also known as Osai, was born in Oklahoma City, on June 8. Osai has been a vocal performer since she was 3 years old. The name Osai derived from her middle name Osaigbovo given to her by her Nigerian mother; which means, God does not envy.
At the age of three, Osai started singing at MT Horeb Baptist church choir, located in Washington DC where she spent most of her childhood. When she was 14 years old, her mother enrolled her into the Duke Ellington School of the Arts high school where she studied Classical, Jazz, and Musical Theater. Her experience there inspired her to pursue not only a singing career but a modeling and acting career as well. Osai graduated and decided to enroll at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA to refine her talent. Since then she performed at many Venues and festivals such as; Warm Daddy's, The Clef Club, The Arts Garage, The Summer fest African Heritage Festival at The Penn’s landing Waterfront, and the Sole II Sole restaurant. Also World Café Live, Hard Rock Café, John Barber’s Philly LivePod, Dipintos Catering Resturant, Industry Tuesdays, Tim Whiteside SANG ENT Showcases, Praise103.9 audition, and T (Terrance Tytkem) “Featured On the Track” TV show.
Osai is currently working on her first solo album. Her album will be about her life and the social issues that affect the world. This will include love, relationships and her own personal relationship with God. She loves to inspire others and express herself through words and song. Osai lives by the saying: "To be the greatest, you have to work your hardest"