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Jah Cure ready to demolish Reggae Sumfest on Friday @therealjahcure @one876 Featured

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International recording artiste Jah Cure will be releasing his sixth studio album, the eponymously titled ‘Jah Cure’ in September this year. The lead single, ‘Life We Live’, was released two weeks ago on the artiste’s Iyah Cure Productions label is generating a lot of heat on FM radio worldwide.

“I am looking to build on the success of my previous album. This album represents the spiritual growth of Jah Cure as an artiste, a father, a husband and a producer,” he said.

Jah Cure also plans to release a second single soon to amp up interest in the album’s release.

“The first single has over 20,000 views in two weeks and fans can expect this second single soon. The demand for this album is phenomenal and the popularity of my recent singles shows that this project will do well,” he said.

Cure’s last album, ‘World Cry’, registered excellent sales worldwide, hitting the #2 spot on the reggae iTunes chart in two countries, and charting in the top five in several others. The album charted at #2 in France, #2 in the US, #3 in the UK on the reggae iTunes charts.

Jah Cure has carved out a cult-like following over the past decade with an impressive fan base all over the world. The music video of Jah Cure’s previous single, That Girl, racked up 1.3 million views on youtube, while his cover of R & B superstar John Legend’s ‘All of Me’ has registered an impressive 1.3 million views on the social media platform.

He will be one of the major headliners on International Night I on this year’s Reggae Sumfest concert in Montego Bay on Friday.

“When I grace the stage, I will be singing my heart out for my fellow Montegonians, and the fans across Jamaica and the world,” an elated Jah Cure said.

After being incarcerated for eight years, he was released from prison in 2007 and has released several albums. He remains one of the top reggae acts from Jamaica, performing on 10 sold-out shows all over the Caribbean and Europe over the last 18 months.

Recently, the singer's Unconditional Love, featuring Phyllisia passed the impressive threshold of 8.6 million hits on Youtube.

Fans can subscribe to his music on Youtube through 'officialjahcure', and follow him on Twitter @therealjahcure.
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