Jada: Pop-R&B Female Vocal Group
Four extraordinary singers united by a common goal, Jada is the latest iteration of the classic female vocal group.They are a pop/R&B female vocal group from Boston, Massachusetts. Known for their mix of pop, soul, dance, and R&B styling, and gospel-inspired harmonies. Through Universal Motown, Jada released their first major label single, American Cowboy (written and produced by Akon and RedOne). This was followed by their second major label single, Break Up Song (written and produced by Wayne Wilkins, Andrew Frampton, and Savan Kotecha). Jada’s American Cowboy song aired on the Fox sitcom, House last year, while their song, “Model That,” was featured on an episode of the MTV television show The City. Jada has also shared the stage with the Black Eyed Peas, Akon, Ciara, Jesse McCartney, Flo Rida, Boyz II Men, Sean Kingston, All American Rejects and countless others. With boundless talent and irrepressible energy, Jada remain focused like a laser beam on their singular goal. The tightly knit harmonies aren’t just something the four singers break out when the mics are turned on – united by fate, the girls of Jada have formed a bond that’s closer to a family than a pop group. That pugnacious spirit informs everything Jada does – from their dynamic stage show to the album’s captivating creativity. The girls are working long and hard to reach the mountaintop and their innate sense of diligence and professionalism is certain to keep them pushing ever forward. Having already ascended this far, for Jada, the sky is now the limit. Learn more about them at: www.jadamusic.com.
Click link below to hear audio interview with Jada – http://soundcloud.com/jessicagilbert-1/jada-audio-interview-2012