Jaidyn started singing at a very early age. At two years old, her grandmother donated over 14 inches of hairto St. Baldricks. Once she was finished, Jaidyn grabbed her grandmother's face and sang, "You Are So Beautiful." Being so young, Jaidyn sang a slightly different version of the Joe Cockers hit song that she learned from the movie "The Little Rascals." Nonetheless, she sang every word from her heart and continues to do so.
Jaidyn was raised in church and was asking to do music early on. Eventually, they allowed her the opportunity. Between the age of nine and ten, she was leading the music for VBS and singing at various locations. She won a few contests when she was younger, and continued to cling to Christian music, hymns, and Gospel music as her leading passion. When Jaidyn turned 12, she began playing her mother's guitar and within the following year the Cowboy Church youth leader gave Jaidyn her very first guitar on her 13th birthday.
With time, Jaidyn's music continued to improve and more doors were opening. In September of 2017, she was invited to play at numerous places which include Mid-South Southern Gospel Convention in Malden, MO. There, Jaidyn and her family were introduced to JimmyJack Whitacker, founder of the JimmyJack Foundation that strives to help and support kids with musical talents. JimmyJack and the JimmyJack foundation presented Jaidyn with an electric, acoustic , Taylor guitar with a hard case.
In 2018, Jaidyn began full-time ministry which involved her traveling across the country. Being apart of the Country Gospel Music Association, Jaidyn participated in the Pigeon Forge Eastern Tennessee division and was blessed with the Acapella Artist of the Year, Teenage Artist of the Year, and Singing Interpreter of the Year. There, Jaidyn was granted the opportunity of being on the worship team and awarded an electric, telecaster guitar. Jaidyn continued to hold the title of Acapella Artist of the Year after she competed at the International level, performing her glorifying version of, "It Is Well." Jaidyn has also been an active member of the Fine Arts program and has qualified for nationals five years running for various vocal categories. This year she has submitted a hymn she wrote when she was 14 years old and will be presenting it before the national judges in Orlando, FL July 28-August 2.