Jardine Cherelle Le Gere, known to her fans as “Jadel,” has brought the heat to the dancefloor with her latest release, “Doh Ease Meh Up.” This groovy and infectious track captures the exhilarating moment when old flames reunite, and the dancefloor ignites with passion and pleasure.
The saying goes, “Old wood catches fire best.” For anyone who’s ever felt the electric connection on the dancefloor with an old flame or a new crush, “Doh Ease Meh Up” beautifully encapsulates that moment when you can’t let go. The pressure and pleasure build into a crescendo of ecstasy, creating an unforgettable vibe for lovers on the dancefloor.
Jadel, an independent recording artist hailing from the vibrant musical landscape of Trinidad and Tobago, has always had an unwavering passion for music. She began her musical journey at the age of nine, taking her first steps in her school and church choir. Her love for music blossomed as she continued to sing in the choir throughout her secondary school years.
In 2011, Jadel moved to the United States, where she was presented with an opportunity to work with well-known Caribbean bands Surface and Traffik. In 2014, she collaborated with established Soca songwriter and producer Kernal Roberts, marking her entrance into the world of Soca music.
Jadel’s career reached new heights in 2016 when she won the Carib Breakout Artiste award with her hit Chutney Soca release, “All of It.” She embarked on a European tour that included the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Spain.
The year 2018 was a turning point for Jadel, as she became a mother and released two hit singles, “Round and Round” and “Dominate.” The success of “Round N Round” earned her a spot in the 2018 Trinidad Soca Monarch finals. In 2019, she joined forces with Soca artist and producer Motto for “Jam Day,” which became a favorite among DJs and road revelers during the 2019 Trinidad Carnival season. This success led to Jadel becoming an opening act for Kes the Band at the renowned Best Buy Theatre in NYC.
Jadel’s album, “Call Me Jadel,” made its debut in 2020, featuring her past hits, including “Dominate,” “Round N Round,” “Jam Day,” and the R&B-infused Soca single “Hold Me Close.”
In 2021, Jadel explored a fusion sound with the release of “Deserve It All,” which merged Soca, R&B, dancehall, and Afropop. The single’s accompanying music video amassed over 4 million views globally and made its way to notable platforms like BET Jams and MTV. To continue this momentum, Jadel collaborated with Soca artist Problem Child for the 2021 hit single and music video, “Yuh Man,” and also released the party anthem “Up In D Party.”