Jada Kingdom’s ‘Gen Z Jezebel’: A Bold Reflection of Modern Femininity – Watch Video

Dancehall artiste Jada Kingdom has released her controversial new song, Gen Z Jezebel, with vibrant visuals. What sets ‘Gen Z Jezebel’ apart is its unapologetic celebration of femininity and empowerment.

Via the lyrics, Jada Kingdom fearlessly embraces her identity, challenging stereotypes and asserting her autonomy with unwavering confidence, “nuh give a f**k i’m a Gen Z Jezebel”.

The song, produced by Rvssian’s record label, Head Concussion Records, on his new juggling rhythm titled the Payment Plan Riddim, was teased on Jada’s Instagram page days ago, sparking criticism due to her proclaiming herself to be a “Jezebel” in the song.

The song’s raunchy lyrical content glorifies women only being sexually involved with men who can offer them financial benefits, a theme that Jada Kingdom frequently promotes in her music.

“Since yuh mean wid yuh money, mi ago mean wid mi p**y den. Con out a rich man, get a bigger benz. Wicked bombocl**t gyal, and it evident. Nuh give a f**k amma Gen Z Jezebel…Love free but good f**k cause, bill boss nuh tek last, don’t trust nuh waste man dat a laws,” Jada Kingdom deejays.

The music video shows a group of women training at a location with a boxing ring and a blackboard. At the beginning of the video, a woman is writing on the blackboard while Jada appears with a megaphone in a sexy outfit.

Other clips also show Jada with the champion belt with boxing gloves on, a woman sparring in the ring with Rvssian, and Jada going to get a pedicure done.

From start to finish, the video is a celebration of self-expression and individuality, inviting viewers to join in the revelry and embrace their true selves without reservation.

The music video was released on March 9, amassing over 18,873 views within 2 hours. The music video also attracted many positive comments. One viewer wrote, “Know your worth ladies. That’s the message of this song 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥.”

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