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Jimmy Cliff to release 'Life' single on March 10th

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Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff will be releasing his new single, 'Life' on March 10th, and will be made available to the public through  iTunes and other downloadable formats.  

 

Written by Jimmy Cliff and produced by Steven 'Lenky' Marsden, the song is an affirmation of life, and the awesome beauty of mere existence in a sometimes cold, hostile world. It is the lead single from the upcoming album of the  'I Can See Clearly Now' singer.

 

" I wrote and sang  "Life", I know that Jamaicans will love it, that is the mood they want to be in, they are waiting on this song to uplift the spirit. i hope that this song will motivate the people, it has the same sentiments of a 'My Dream', or a 'Big Deal', a song to uplift and inspire," Jimmy Cliff said. 

 

The famous singer will be releasing a number of singles over the next couple of months. He has been working with talented producers like Othneil Lewis aka 'Ottey' who produced the deeply sentimental 'Moving On'.

 

Celebrated producer Clive Hunt produced eight singles for the singer's upcoming album, including the gorgeously produced 'Oh My Goddess' and romantic ballads like 'Best of the My Love'. 

 

"I am really excited about this album, I haven't named it yet, but I right now, I am concentrating on releasing singles," he said. 

 

Cliff, born James Chambers, recently received the inaugural Irie FM Lifetime Achievement Award at his alma mater, Somerton All-Age and Infant School in February 2017.The legendary reggae singer, who was instrumental in the construction of a bridge and a community centre in Somerton, has expressed an interest in partnering with the government on an eco-tourism project in his community. 

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