Born in central Florida but now based in sunny Los Angeles, pop singer-songwriter Kella was born to create. Now she unleashes “Jealous,” arriving in perfect time for the heat of summer. The three-minute track tells of an unhealthy relationship where one individual tries to do anything it takes to make the other jealous. 

The hook has Kella repeating the line, “I don’t love you enough to be jealous.”

The record is inspired by a real-life experience, someone Kella was dating on and off. During their breaks, he’d do whatever he could to make her jealous. But let’s be real, who has time for games?

This is an empowerment song for anybody going through things like that. It’s time to move on to better things in your life.


LA Weekly