Keida is an Israeli settlement in the West Bank named after a genus of flower that grows in the region. It is situated just off the Allon Road, a five-minute drive east of Shilo. Other Israeli villages in the area include Shvut Rachel, Giv'at Har'el, Esh Kodesh, and Adei Ad. Keida was founded on June 24 2003 as a joint project by Amana and the Yesha Council. Originally, it was supposed to be built on an abandoned army base of the same name but was later moved to an adjacent hilltop. The village is under the jurisdiction of the Mateh Binyamin Regional Council.
Singer who became a beloved voice in dancehall and reggae when her debut single "Jamaican Boy" became an unexpected hit in 2009. She has followed up the song's success with singles like "All I Have," "Bubble Up," and "Can't Get Enough."
Keida Before Fame
She grew up in Bull Bay, Jamaica and attended the Edna Manley School of Visual and Performing Arts.
Achievement of Keida
She became one of Jamaica's first female surfers.
Keida Family Life
Her real name is Makeida Beckford. Her parents were also artists.
Associations of Keida
She collaborated with Protoje on the single "All Again."
Information related to Keida
- Mateh Binyamin Regional Council
- Religious Israeli settlements