Juzang consists of three sisters. Contemporary Gospel/Christian recording artists, Guielle, Patria, and Marisa answered that all too familiar call on their lives to praise God through soulful music that has always been a part of their family through their grandfather who sang, played the piano and guitar, who wrote and rearranged Gospel quartet music for more than forty years, and who had the privilege to share stages with renowned artists like the Soul Stirrers, the Mighty Clouds of Joy, the Jackson Southernaires, and Willie Banks and the Messengers. Little did their granddad know that three generations later that his granddaughters would continue his gospel music legacy by starting a group called Juzang.
With music in their blood and born to sing, the sister-trio has been singing at churches, concerts, special events like the 2012 Democratic National Convention Gala, and televised programs like the Bobby Jones Gospel Show and the “Magnify Him” program on the Dare to Dream Network. Also, in the footsteps of their grandfather, Juzang has shared stages with renowned artists such as Richard Smallwood, Byron Cage, Maurette Brown-Clark, Dave Hollister, J. Moss, 21:03, and Martha Munizzi.
Juzang CD project, "The Path", was nominated for 4 awards by the South Florida Gospel Music Academy in 2010. In the summer of 2012, Juzang organized a summer tour where they ministered in West Palm Beach, FL, Washington, DC, Riverside, CA, and Los Angeles, CA, where they ministered at many churches including two mega-churches (Noel Jones’ City of Refuge and Bishop Charles E. Blake’s West Angeles COGIC). 
Juzang's audition in Episode 1104 consisted of singing Stevie Wonder's "Higher Ground" as a group. Simon Cowell halted their performance before they could finish (without buzzing them). Although Heidi Klum and Mel B voted "yes" Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel voted "No", eliminating the trio from the competition.