Jah Cure To Release New Album

Royal Soldier,’ the latest album from Hanover native Jah Cure, will be available on August 30.

It is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2015’s Grammy- nominated The Cure.

Jah Cure is a musical adventurer who explores rhythms, moods, and meaning.

In his latest album, Cure sings about love, consciousness, and reality.

Cure’s presence and influence among Caribbean fans have reverberated around the globe and have earned him top status among reggae artistes internationally.

Singles from the album include Telephone Love, Risk It All, Life is Real, Marijuana and, most recently, Pretty Face.

Guest appearances on Royal Soldier include Melanie Fiona, Mya, Phyllisia Ross, Popcaan, Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley, Tory Lanez, Capleton, Yami Bolo, and Junior Reid.

“I always have something good up my sleeve, and I try to take time and put real love into it,” Jah Cure said. “It’s like cooking food. It has to be balanced. It has to be right. Anybody can cook food to fill your stomach, but it isn’t everybody who can put that love into it.”

Image result for jah cureAttracted to music from an early age, Cure began going to the Arrows dubplate studio at around age 14, where he would watch the biggest stars of the day—Buju Banton, Cobra, and Capleton—in action.

While singing a cappella there, Cure impressed Grammy-winning vocalist Mykal Rose of Black Uhuru fame.

Although they did not end up working together, the legendary singer inspired Cure to keep going. Capleton eventually took Cure under his wing, providing for the artiste before he got his big break.

In 1997, Jah Cure released his breakout hit Kings in the Jungle, a duet with his friend Sizzla produced by Beres Hammond.

Cure’s classic debut album, Ghetto Life, was produced by Hammond for the Harmony House label.

Source: Jah Cure to release new album | Entertainment | Jamaica Star

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*