Jada puts hurt to song
Jada Kingdom

Just weeks after suffering a miscarriage, singer Jada Kingdom has released her latest single, dubbed One Life.

The song deals almost exclusively with the emotional fallout of a relationship.

Trovoy "Preerankin" Dixon, chief executive officer of Hundred Hours Entertainment, explained how the track was conceptualised.

"We contacted her about working on a new project and sent a couple of rhythms. She wasn't feeling those and told us she needed something sexy, then we made this rhythm for her, and she delivered that song perfectly," Dixon said.

Co-produced by Crown Media House and Hundred Hours Entertainment, One Life is distributed by One RPM via all major digital and streaming platforms.

Dixon remains optimistic that the singer's fans will be receptive to this latest project.

In the song, she narrates a tale of potential heartbreak caused by a toxic relationship.

The singer has had a much-publicised and ongoing battle with anxiety and bipolar disorder.

"Every time that I'm going through my episodes or like my mental breakdowns or whatever, I would just lock off my phone completely 'cause it's better that way. It's like, to me, this is something you just can't fight. Like a lot of time I'd be stressed, I don't even know, until my body lets me know," Jada Kingdom recently said during a Live session on Instagram.

Crown Media House and Hundred Hours Ent are also responsible for Esq Till Death, another of the singer's offerings which was released with visuals on November 15.

Jada Kingdom, whose given name is Jada Murphy, made her name in entertainment circles as a swimsuit model in 2016. The following year she made her musical debut with Love Situations. Her other songs include Banana, GPP, Tek It, and Fling It Back.

Last year, she signed a deal with New York City-based recording company Republic Records to which global stars including Ariana Grande, Drake, Benee, and James Bay are also signed.

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