By age fourteen, she had recorded more than 60+ films, along with 200 devotional and 70 general albums. Her first commercial song was the Christian devotional album Hitham; she later released Sreyam. Sreya began music lessons at age three. Her teacher in classical music was Thamarakkad Krishnan Namboodiri, and playback singer Sathish Babu trained her in different genres of music. She attended Silver Hills Higher Secondary School. As of 2020 she was in tenth grade at Devagiri CMI Public School. Sreya has been touring around the world to Europe, including Britain, and been to USA, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Australia.
Sreya Jayadeep has an alto-soprano vocal range and can sing at a speed of 600+ beats per minute, according to her live performance on YouTube in Flower’s Top Singer. She sang a K. S. Chithra song, which plead the audio with applause. She can play a little bit of keyboard and guitar.
Sreya was crowned the Surya TV ‘Surya Singer – 2013’ (Malayalam) title at age 8 followed by Sun TV ‘Sun Singer – 2014 (Tamil)’. Her debut as a playback singer was in the Malayalam film Weeping Boy in 2013 with two songs, “Chema Chema Chemanoru” and “Thaaraattupaattum”. Her song “Mele Manathe Eashoye” was viewed more than 7 million times from the Christian devotional album ‘God’ under the direction of music stalwart Sri. Composer M. Jayachandran‘s songs made her popular. She received more film offers and worked in Malayalam films. Her song “Enno Njan Ente” from the film Amar Akbar Anthony (2015) was well-received.
In 2016, she sang “Minungum Minnaminuge” in Oppam which earned more than 70 million views in YouTube. She worked with almost all the leading music directors and has worked in Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada films. Sreya’s Tamil song based on the biography Wings of Dreams depicted the life of Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. She is part of Kerala Government’s ‘Harithasree Project’ an environmental action initiative, Water Conservation Project by Mathrubhumi and Rubella Vaccine campaign by National Health Mission.
- Asia Vision Movie Award 2016 for the new sensation in singing
- IIFA (International Indian Film Academy) Award 2016 for the best playback singer in Malayalam
- Asianet TV award 2017 for the best playback singer
- Anand TV Award 2017 for the Prodigy in singing.
- Thikkurussi Gayika Puraskaram 2017 for the best playback singer
- Vayalar Rama Varma Award 2017 for the best playback singer
- Mangalam Music Award 2017 for the popular female singer
- Radio Mirchi Music Award South 2017 for the upcoming vocalist female.
- U.K. Event Life 2017 budding young nightingale
- Reporter TV Award 2017 – Kutti Puraskaram
- Flower’s TV Award 2018
- Mangalam Music 2018 – Special Jury Award