When Jamaican singer Diel released the reggae-pop single Majesty in February, he had hoped to provide an empowering mantra for women worldwide. His expectations were exceeded when the track morphed into an online challenge which saw several females offering their own take on Queenship, a positive distraction from a world now headlined by the coronavirus.
Building on the organic ‘feel good’ vibes that the song cultivates, Diel offered the three participants with the most likes $10,000 each. The official announcement and prize presentation will unfold via his Instagram on April 13.Sponsored LinksThe Child Victims Act: File Now. We Can Help You.Hach & Rose Attorney AdvertisingPlay This For Just 10 min and See Why Everyone is Addicted!RuneScape
“The multiplicity of responses in my DM really just woke me up to the fact that there are a lot of women going through a lot of stress,” Diel told BUZZ. “The song helps to remind them that with all of that, they are still beautiful, still strong, still amazing… They have also been tagging me in their stories a whole lot, celebrating themselves to the song.”
Diel’s Majesty featured on Buzz-Caribbean.