Quada Expresses Innocence on His Murder Case
Dancehall artiste Quada professes his innocence in one of his new tracks titled “PAIN”, he also did so on a recent Onstage Interview with Winford Williams last weekend.
His legal woes are ongoing and there is not much to say about it as the case is in court. Popcaan on the other hand believes Quada is innocent.
Quada who got his startdom from Popcaan’s Unruly Clash stated he didn’t win the clash but his performance caused Popcaan to sign him and gave him a chance.
Quada rose to prominence with a big song in 2018 “Nothin like Wen Pocket Full a Cash” he is a member of Popcaan’s Unruly Camp, but his image has been tarnished with a charge of murder and arson.
He said, he feels firm and strong regardless of the things that are happening, life teaches you many things along the way. He will be appearing in court on March 5th, there will be a next hearing. He doesn’t know what will happen then.
His success in music was very rapid and he was poised to go much further when the incident happened. He said his songs are changing the life of the youths, he has been using his music to paint positive pictures to change the life of many.
Now Quada talks of trying to help himself and others, by making songs to uplift others. He says his fans and his family keeps his spirits up.
Quada exolains that his mother passed away and he found his father when Popcaan help him to be in the music business, now his father has been going to all his performances.
He was a chef in a rough way before he started out in the music business. He says he is constantly working he is doing an album and a mixed tape also for his fans.