Jah Cure: The Cure

Jah Cure’s sixth studio album, The Cure (VP records), holds steady at the number 1 spot on the Billboard Top Reggae Album Chart, for one month.  On this new album Jah Cure’s superb vocals are presented with multiple lyrical themes. In addition, Jah Cure said he worked hard to step up the production on this album, in an effort to improve the quality of his overall sound.  He worked along side  some up and coming producers like Justin “Jus Bus” Nation, Llamar “Riff Raff”Brown, Christopher “Sketch” Carey, Trevor “Baby G” Washington; as well as top of the line producer, Maurice “Clive” Hunt. Album Review After The Jump… Album Review The Cure consists of 13 tracks about love, freedom and social consciousness, Rastafari and positivity. Let’s look at the songs on this album based on these themes. ~LOVE~      Some of the most noteable songs on this album are the love songs, and Jah Cure covers various aspects of love. Starting with the search for a soul mate and having an ideal prototype. “That Girl” is an instant fan favorite with its relatable lyrics.  In the visual Winston ‘Tyson’ Mayhew threads together an interesting market place encounter that sparks a fruitful […]

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