"In an era of heavily-processed vocals, the ladies of Jada continue to cut through the clutter with pure talent. On Supersonique, Jada shows off their vocals and versatility.
- Ralphie Aversa, Radio Host, Cumulus Media. WPRO, WBHT, WQGN.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 24, 2012
Jada, Boston’s popular female vocal group, released their latest EP “Supersonique” to iTunes and Amazon.com on January 24th, 2012. Jada’s new five-song EP follows on the heels of their RIO-produced single and Vassili Shields-directed music video “This Party’s On Fire” and two Universal Motown releases, “American Cowboy”, produced by Akon and RedOne (Lady Gaga), and “Break Up Song”, produced by Wayne Wilkins & Andrew Frampton (Britney Spears/Natasha Bedingfield).
The EP, written and produced by RIO of Boston’s Bristol Entertainment, and Jada, contains some of Jada’s favorite songs across multiple music genres, including the hypnotizing dance/pop track, “Supersonique”, “This Party’s On Fire” with its electric house beats, the dark haunting up-tempo, “Mercy Killing”, the poignant mid tempo homage to Ne-Yo, “Can’t Let Go”, and “Goodbye” the emotional/from the heart ballad, showcasing Jada’s vocal virtuosity.
“We are so excited to release our new EP, Supersonique! It’s a compilation of some of our favorite recorded tracks over the past year that we wrote with producer, RIO, from Bristol Entertainment in Boston. We really appreciate our fans that have been patiently waiting for this release! We hope you love it as much as we do!” says Lauren of Jada.
The EP’s featured single “Supersonique”, with its entrancing dance floor electro pop beat and four-part soulful vocals, written and produced by Jada and RIO, has already been gaining attention nationwide and has been steadily climbing the charts on Fusion Dance Radio based in Chicago, where it currently resides at #11 in the top 100.
“In an era of auto-tune and heavily-processed vocals, the ladies of Jada continue to cut through the clutter with pure talent. On Supersonique, Jada not only shows off their vocals but their versatility - from radio-friendly party jams like the EP's title track, to strong, moving ballads such as 'Goodbye,” says Ralphie Aversa, Syndicated Radio Host, Cumulus Media, WPRO, WBHT, WQGN.
The beginning of the new year has already been busy for the ladies of Jada. Along with releasing their Christmas single “Merry Christmas Baby” to iTunes, they performed at Boston’s annual Faneuil Hall Christmas Tree Lighting, at Boston’s Downtown Crossing holiday event on the Macy’s stage, and for WAAF’s annual Toys for Tots event. Jada recently sang the National Anthem at the Boston Celtics vs. Dallas Mavericks game at the TD Bank North Garden in Boston on January 11th, 2012. The group will be appearing at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire in March and is currently planning a USO tour worldwide.
Follow Jada on the web:
Official Website – http://www.jadamusic.com
Heart & Soul Blog – blog.jadamusic.com
Facebook – facebook.com/jadamusic
Twitter – twitter.com/jadamusic
Jada is a pop/R&B female vocal group from Boston, Massachusetts. They are 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, LMFAO, Flo Rida, Boyz II Men, Sean Kingston, All American Rejects and countless others. You can learn more about Jada and listen to previews of their new songs at their official website, http://www.jadamusic.com.
About Bristol Entertainment
Bristol Entertainment is an Artist Development/Management/Music Production Company located in the Back Bay in Boston, with studios in Worcester and Los Angeles. Bristol has a 25 year history of helping artists acquire the skills and tools necessary to achieve their goals in the music industry. Bristol's team has developed artists for Sony, DefJam/Mercury, Warner and Universal Records and has worked with some of the most influential producers and artists in the business including : The Dropkick Murphys, New Kids On The Block, Jada, Akon, Wyclef Jean, Yo Yo Ma, RedOne (Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Jada), Swizz Beatz (Jay-Z, Alicia Keys), JR Rotem (Rihanna, Jason DeRulo & Sean Kingston), and more. Learn more about Bristol Entertainment at their official website, bristolstudios.com.