Meet Peaches Adaba, the 24-year-old dancehall sensation captivating audiences with her sonically exotic and exceptionally rhythmic sound.
Managed by Adaba Entertainment, one of Jamaica’s leading music labels, the burgeoning songstress is steadily making ripples in the world of dancehall.
Hailing from Morant Bay, St. Thomas, Peaches was lovingly nicknamed “Peachy” by her grandmother due to her adorable cheeks and dimples. Embracing her nickname professionally, she took on the moniker Peaches as she embarked on her musical journey, drawing inspiration from artists like Michael Jackson, Usher, Tanya Stephens, and Tarrus Riley.
Peaches’ passion for music shines through in every note she sings, describing it as a life-enhancing force. Since officially launching her career in 2016, she has worked tirelessly to hone her skills and develop a unique sound that sets her apart from her peers. As a female in the male-dominated industry, Peaches has faced obstacles but remains determined to succeed and define herself by her talent and rhythmic compositions.
In 2020, she co-founded Adaba Entertainment, a hub for emerging talent, focusing on respect for one another and the power of music. Her debut single, “Guilty Pleasure,” continues to generate buzz in Jamaica and across the region, leaving fans eager for her follow-up, “It’s Alright.”
With her sights set on Grammy and MOBO recognition, Peaches envisions nothing but greatness for her musical career. Her confidence, versatility, and fierce femininity make her an incomparable force in the ever-changing landscape of dancehall and reggae music. As she works tirelessly towards her goals, she remains dedicated to pushing beyond mediocrity and leaving an indelible mark on the music industry.