Jesse Jendah pays tribute to the ladies
Nothing gets the dance floor jumping in summertime than a lovers rock song. Jesse Jendah has been in the music business long enough to know that.
The singjay, known for hard-hitting roots tracks like Sip Cup, Leonard Howell, Rothschild Crash Bank, Weed Free and Reparation just to name a few, pays tribute to the ladies on Kween Of The Morning Star, a song produced by Infinity Records, a California-based company.
Jendah, who is managed by Fitzroy Francis of Mightyful13 Records, said given the spiteful treatment women have received over the years from certain dancehall elements, Kween Of The Morning Star is appropriate.
"A love song (is needed) at this time because the Empresses and Kweens have been stereotyped in the most derogatory names," said the artiste who is also the author of the Rasta Talk Itionary (dictionary) published by LMH Limited.
Kween Of The Morning Star will be part of an album Jendah is working on. He describes the set as one 'designed for the elite'.
Born in Clarendon, Jesse Jendah aka King Furnace has been recording since the 1980s. In the 1990s, he was part of the hot Xterminator Records of producer Philip 'Fattis' Burrell.
Kween Of The Morning Star is distributed by international reggae company VP Records distribution arm, VPAL Music and is available at all digital stores.