After learning how to play guitar from his father when he was 13, Jay Fuse started performing in church and at school, most prolifically during his High School days at Kabulonga Boys. He’s main inspiration was his father who in 1971 was a vocalist in a youth band called the ‘Rising Stars’. Singer Tracy Chapman was one of Jay’s biggest influences and local legends PK Chishala and Ackim Simukonda inspired Jay for he believed that they had an authentic sound that would stand the test of time. Jay started off as a solo performer in 2006 and was inducted into the “B-Sharp Band” where he became the lead vocalist and honed his skills as a musician and live performer. Most notably, Jay Fuse was one of the vocalists picked to record and perform a song called “Yes We Can” which was inspired by the words of the first black American President, Barack Obama. The American Embassy and the United Nations (UN) sponsored the project. Furthermore, in 2008 with the support of the UN Jay Fuse was selected as one of the members of a group called the “Dream Team” which was formed to help with the AIDS campaign and a song was recorded which featured renowned Zimbabwean singer, Oliver Mutukudzi. As a solo artist, Jay Fuse performed for the delegates during the UNWTO summit which was held in Livingstone, Zambia in 2013. Jay Fuse released a studio album titled ‘Unleashed’ in 2016 under Elation Entertainment, making him the first artist to open the Elation doors to the sound of good music.