Entertainers, radio jocks, selectors and fans are in support of Jada Kingdom’s latest track Execution.
Tanya Stephens, Cecile, Spice, Runkus, Romain Virgo and ZJ Sparks are some of the industry players who have shown strong support for the song which endorses capital punishment for rapists and paedophiles.
Jada Kingdom who is a survivor of sexual abuse sings the lines, “Execution for rape, prison ah guh too good fi dem, full-time fi firm up we medz. Execution fi rape, put the rope roun’ dem neck mek dem heng.”
One fan on Youtube says she was raped at the age of 12 and the track provides her with a range of emotions including rage, and strength.
With the release of Execution, Jada Kingdom joins a list of other dancehall entertainers such as Queen Ifrica, Tanya Stephens, and Romain Virgo who have used their music and social media platforms to speak out against sexual violence against women and children.