The reggae-dancehall artiste has released a single influenced by the 'GPP' singer: "The idea came to me when I was thinking about how & when I could approach her"
Teknique, Inspired by Jada Kingdom
Reggae-dancehall artiste Demour Morris popularly known by his moniker, 'Teknique' is a man on a mission with his international appeal balanced by his strong and flavourful vocal range.
In March, Teknique released ‘Too Good’, a project he did with Starvision Entertainment which was featured on that production label’s "Escape" riddim.
The spring release of "Too Good" was inspired by his observation of Jada Kingdom's well-sculpted physique. The single is to celebrate the women around the world who are naturally curvy, and who are into health and fitness of the body and mind.
"The idea came to me when I heard the beat and was role-playing about when I see Jada Kingdom, how I would approach her and what I would say to her. So, I started off in the first line saying: "Gyal you bada dan di baddest gyal me say you body too good, Love you betta than the man weh you have mek you say me rude." Teknique said so far he is satisfied with the response he has received for the song to date.
"The feedback has been better than expected," shared Teknique. "I have been getting a lot of attention for the song with Tik Tok, Youtube, and radio people requesting it. But, I know that's only the surface. The song has the potential to break, enter and break more barriers,” he explained.
This is not the first song Teknique has done which has given him some recognition. Last year, he released ‘Coil’ to great acclaim. Since the release of "Coil" which featured international rapper Da Baby he has been receiving high levels of promotion. Due to this uptick, the song was featured in international media such as World Star Hip Hop and BET.
"The idea came to me when I heard the beat and was role-playing about when I see Jada Kingdom, how I would approach her and what I would say to her".
The artiste and his team are now discussing what to release as the next follow-up song, even with many challenges facing the world.