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Jada is an American girl group from Boston, Massachusetts. The group is currently signed to Motown/Universal. The group consists of Elle Wine, April Forrest, Lauren O’Keefe and Jacyn Tremblay. During the group’s earlier days, they sang at during sporting events, tree lighting ceremonies among other such venues as well as recording a demo. In 2006, the group signed to Motown/Universal Records with powerhouse vocals, soulful & sophisticated harmonies, gospel infused ballads and infectious grooves exploding in a bold and funky mix of Pop/R&B.
To date, the group have not yet released an album on the label. However, the group reported that since signing with Motown, they have been working with J. R. Rotem, Dallas Austin, Swizz Beats, RedOne, Akon, Ryan Tedder, Toby Gad and Wyclef Jean among others.[1][2] In promotion of the album, the group toured with The Plain White T’s, Lloyd and Brooke Hogan over the summer. They were created by producer, Ric Poulin and music manager, Laura Poulin, of Bristol Entertainment, whom they are still currently signed with. Their song,”I’m That Chick” was featured on the Bring It On: In It to Win It mini soundtrack in late 2007. In February 2008, Jada appeared with R&B singer JoJo at the Ultimate Prom.[3][4] In 2008, writing team The Clutch and producer Danja have made a song for Jada called “Denial,” which they performed live on NECN.[5]
In December 9, 2008 Jada has won their first award at the Boston Music Awards 2009 for Outstanding Pop/R&B Act Of The Year.[6][7]
In 2009 Jada’s debut single, “American Cowboy,” was released to iTunes on March 31st. The video for it was released on April 25th.[8] “American Cowboy” was featured on the April 27th episode of House, during Chase’s bachelor party.
Their second single is called “Break Up Song” written and produced by the team of Andrew Frampton, Wayne Wilkins and Savan Koetcha (Britney Spears, Natasha Beddingfield, David Archeletta, etc.). Set to be released sometime this fall.The girls said on their myspace page “Break up Song” is a chill and really pretty mid-tempo. We love it! By the title it might sound like a sad love song but once you hear it you’ll realize it’s NOT what you expect- but then again, few things are with Jada!”
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