BayjeBayje [pronounced “beige”] (born Brittany Doray from Syracuse, New York) is a female pop\R&B singer that first made her presence in the music business in the 2000s.

She got her stage name from her mother after tearfully coming home from school & asking her, “If I’m not black and I’m not white, what am I?” and her mother responded with, “You’re beige.”

Growing up, Bayje was exposed to various types of music from her parents. After winning a karaoke contest at a local radio station, she began performing and at the age of 12, she was discovered by talent manager Bill Herndon, who became her manager & signed her to a production deal.
greatest giftAfter over 4 years of trying to get a record deal, Bayje finally signed a deal with Atlantic Records when she was just 16 years old. In 2006, she released her debut single “The Greatest Gift.” It’s unknown how or if the single made any charts at all, but it was released on iTunes.
stepup2In 2008, she was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Step Up 2 The Streets” with the track “Impossible.”
find a wayDuring that same year, she released the single “Find a Way” which received some moderate feedback, but didn’t appear to make any music charts at all. During that time, she created an online PSA campaign called “Find Your Way to Extraordinary” which provided a platform for teens to share about the issues in their lives.

Baye was supposed to release her debut album sometime around 2009, but due to personal issues, she severed ties with her record label & went on to take a two-year hiatus.

By the 2010s, Bayje (who currently goes under the name Kat Doray) became an independent music artist. In 2012, she released a music video for her song “A Broken Home.”

big bad wolfIn 2015, she released the single “Big Bad Wolf” which has received. As of 2016, she appears to still be working on new music, working with The Rookies production team out of New Jersey.



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To see a fan-made video for “The Greatest Gift,” go to:

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To see the music video for one of Bayje’s songs “No Happy Ending,” go to: