Heating up the summer to a boiling point now, Jamaican-born singer and songwriter Jada Kingdom and Di Genius share her anxiously awaited provocative and empowering new single “GPP” via Money Well Spent/Republic Records. Listen to “GPP”HERE.

The song’s old school throwback sample adds a nostalgic sheen and cinematic swing, while her soulful vocals simmer. She leans into flirty verses before an unabashedly unfiltered hook. The risqué chorus belies a deeper theme as she spotlights a woman in control of her body and her destiny, showing out with confidence and charisma in a class of her own.

With her femininity on full display, its TikTok teaser instantly reacted with countless fans on the platform generating over 475K views in advance of the song’s arrival. It even earned an impressive 24,000 pre-saves.Stirring excitement for the release, she launched a GPP hotline with a Ms. Cleo inspired commercial for fans to receive GPP Readings with life advice.

Standing out as a dynamic performer, she has recently enchanted audiences at shows in New York, Anguilla, St. Kitts, and beyond.

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Earlier this summer, she dropped the New Motion EP. It has already piled up millions of streams. Immediately, OKAYPLAYER championed it as one of “12 New Hip-Hop & R&B Albums You Should Be Listening To. Madame Noire declared, “Indeed, there is beauty in this balance: Jada Kingdom manages to maintain the gritty, authentic Dancehall sound in her music, but also uses her jazz background to bring vocal technique depth while creating a safe space for music lovers by exploring topics that matter.” UPROXX hailed it among, “All The Best New R&B From This Week That You Need To Hear, and declared, “Through the project’s four songs, Kingdom blends reggae, R&B, and pop music for songs that will absolutely make you want to dance. However, beneath the surface lays lyrics that discuss sexual assault, poverty, self-love, and femininity.

Listen to New Motion HERE.

She paved the way for the project with “Last Night.” UPROXX applauded it as “a sizzling and sultry number focused on her inability to remember the thrilling and excellent moments from the night before.” GRM Daily noted, “Jada’s dancehall & R&B infused sound is mesmerizing, New Motion also features “Dickmatized.” The latter immediately incited critical applause. Brooklyn Vegan highlighted it among “20 New Rap and R&B Songs Out This Week” and applauded it as “a cool, chilled-out song that’s about exactly what you think it’s about.” Meanwhile, Dancehall Mag summed it up succinctly as “ultra-sexy.

Stay tuned for more from Jada Kingdom.