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Jada Kingdom already has the world standing to attention. The stunning 20 yr-old Jamaican singer/ songwriter, born to a Bajan Mother and Jamaican/Nigerian Father, has always stood out from the crowd. Overflowing with creativity and confidence from a young age, Jada started singing when she was 8 – inspired by an eclectic mix of artists such as Minnie Riperton, Deniece Williams and Sam Cooke. The depth of emotion and feeling those artists sang about are clearly visible in Jada’s own work, which belies her youth.

Growing up in 7 Miles, Bull Bay, Jamaica, Jada’s entertainment career began at 17 when she was cast as the female lead in the video for platinum recording artist Sean Kingston’s “One Away” song, garnering international attention and propelling the video to over 6 million views.
Jada’s captivating voice and content have quickly caught the attention of major labels in the US. That attention led to Universal Music signing and releasing her last two singles – Wull On and Best You Ever Had.

With tremendous support from Spotify, who have added Jada’s music to several high profile playlists, as well as from Apple Music/Beats1 radio and the huge fan love for her VEVO channel, Jada has amassed over 12 million streams in just the first year of her career. TIDAL also had Jada curate an official playlist she titled ‘Twinkle Tunes’ on the platform, showcasing her diverse influence and taste in music.

With all eyes on her Jada continues to execute her plan of delivering a fresh approach to Jamaican music, visual art and content creation, which has been met with huge approval from her rapidly growing fanbase.

Instagram page @Ms.Kingdom – 460,000 strong, with a strong emphasis on female empowerment and body confidence.
Jada released her debut single and video – ‘Love Situations,’ on July 21, 2017. The track was mixed by legendary engineer Rich Keller, who mixed iconic albums from Biggie Smalls, DMX, Jay Z, Swiss Beatz etc.

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