R&B Singer And Songwriter Jada Michael Drops New Single

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Without filter or fear, Jada Michael unapologetically projects a confident spirit within her music anchored in a body-positive, sex-positive, and self-positive presence underscored by an inimitable alternative R&B brew.

First and foremost, fearlessness implies confidence.

When the 21-year-old Reno-born and Miami-based songstress grabs the microphone, all eyes immediately lock on her.

Putting up over 2 million streams independently in less than a year and receiving acclaim and looks from Vents Magazine, The Hype Magazine, SoulBounce, and more, she ultimately empowers audiences by wholeheartedly and courageously showing herself.

“With my music, I try to represent the groups I’m a part of,” she exclaims. “I want to be a representation for plus-sized women. I want to be a representation for LGBTQ women. I want to be a representation of black women. I’m proud of my body type. I’m proud of my sexuality. I’m proud of my skin. I want you to feel confident when you’re listening to me. That’s my biggest goal for sure.”

The Nevada native started singing at just three-years-old. Inspired by Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Ella Fitzgerald (thanks to her dad), she diligently developed her voice.

Moving to Miami at the age of twelve, she divided her time between choir and musical theater, penning her first songs in junior year of high school.

Studying Jazz Voice at The New School in New York City, she carefully crafted a style of her own upon returning home.

Initial compositions “Beautiful” and “Special” caught the attention of high- profile GRAMMY® Award-winning producers and musicians such as the late LaShawn “Big Shiz” Daniels [Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez], Novel, Adrian “Drop” Santella [Diddy, Pitbull, Kanye West], and Bart Schoudel [Selena Gomez].

Along the way, her sound and vision completely crystallized.

“I’ve got a lot to say,” she explains. “I’m showing who I am in a dynamic way within the songs. I love pop music. I love house music. R&B is really where my heart is at. I don’t get too comfortable in anything though. I’m just always growing and evolving.”

This evolution powers the 2020 single “Freak.” Its sultry production sizzles underneath seductive verses before she makes a bold declaration on the hook. Her voice slips from moments of under-the-covers intimacy right into the charismatic chorus.

“I tried to make something sexier you can move to,” she smiles. “I was writing about my boo at the time, and I’m essentially describing a good night together between us. It’s really my first sexy song. I’m doing me in it, of course!”

With more music and performances in-store, Jada’s assuredness ultimately carries through everything she does.

“I just hope that you will feel like you’re not alone in any experience when you hear me,” she leaves off. “If you’re going through sad, happy, or tough times, I hope you know you have a companion. I want to give off confidence and kindness more than anything.”