Jada Kingdom Can’t Simply Get Over What Happened “Last Night”

After a successful release of her single tagged “Dicmatized”, the rising star Jada Kingdom is here once again with “Last Night”.

Her singing fluctuates with the beat, sliding out and into dancehall and R&B with just a sneaky pop undercurrent.

The song imitates Jada’s sense of fulfillment of physical touch, particularly sexual with this person we are yet to meet and she can’t get over the feeling.

It comes along with a music video that has a beachside kind of vibe that seeks to complement the concept of the song very much.

Jada Kingdom, a Jamaican-born singer, model, and designer, blends dancehall, R&B, pop, and jazz with aspects of introspection, sexiness, and power.

Jada began writing poetry when she was eight years old, and her musical influences include Nina Simone, Diana King, Sade, Minnie Ripperton, and Amy Winehouse.

Verse Simmonds, a GRAMMY Award-nominated singer, songwriter, and producer, is the executive producer of her upcoming album. Republic Records presently represents her.

Listen to the song and visualize it below. Get social with her via @jadakingdom on all platforms.



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