Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York was the site of the most anticipated Reggae Festival – Reggae Rhythm and Blues - of the summer and Keida was in the mix. The reggae songstress was a part of the line-up and performed alongside R&B crooners Monica and Babyface, dancehall/reggae elites Tarrus Riley, John Holt, Leroy Sibbles, Mavado, I-Octane and Soca singer, Machel Montano.
Check out Keida & Shurwayne Winchester "Good Vibration" (Official Video)
After having such a great 2010, musically, new sensation Keida is elated to know that her efforts have not been overlooked. Keida who describes her music as a mixture of Reggae, Dancehall and R&B, first burst on to the dancehall scene in 2009 with tracks like Jamaican Boy and Can't Get Enough on the Mash Up riddim.