Sharnette Hyter of Dallas got her first record deal with in the mid 1990’s with a European label, K4B Records on the 90s. She was party of a group called Guilty. She was doing House music at this time. The two girl group released an EP entitled "Jungle Booty", which included the cut “Hooked On Luv”, which garnered air play in European markets. After Guilty disbanded Hyter went solo under the stage name Jayla Jewel and released a Hip-Hop track ("I Like What You Do To Me"). She took a break from singing and managed a club called Diamonds in Dallas.
2009 she returned to music with own label, Serious Inc. Records, and
began releasing Southern Soul, Gospel and Jazz music. Her first
full length was "Southern Soul Party Every Night", followed
by the Gospel album "Keep The Faith" and a Jazz album "Shar
Jazz". It took another six years before she released another LP.
this time on Lockdowne Records. The album, "Grown Folks Talkin'"
proved to be her most successful. The cut "Stilettos And Jeans"
became a hit and she won the
2017 Blues Critic Award for" Best Vocal
"Jus' Shar" (Serious Inc 2009)
"Southern Soul Party Every Night" (Serious Inc 2009)
"Keep The Faith" (Serious Inc 2010)
1. Amazing Grace
"Shar Jazz" (Serious Inc 2010)
"Grown Folks Talkin'" (Lockdowne 2016)
1 I've Got a Love