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a must have. jah cure's music is all about love. listen to the song Jamaica, and whether you are Jamaican or not you will not help but feel patriotic about where ever you come from. "same way" is another powerful song about the love two people share. this album is inspirational at it's best, get it!!!

Jah Cure!..Free at Last!!

Songs are pure love! Does anyone even know this record is out? VP was obviously prepared for his release from prison, but I didn't see any promotion. Now that Cure is free, I hope he records all original tunes with his band like Damian did and really come correct rather than just voice over all the hot one drop riddims...although he sounds sweet & smooth as ever on this collection of past tunes. Big Up...Babylon release the Cure!

Champion Sound!

To the main review above, I must ask whether this writer is truly an original fan of the man's music or just doing a job? To denounce songs recorded in the hollowed walls of prison captures how out of touch with the movement and the advancement of the music and artist anyone can be. I see that the review is a good attempt at sounding coy but you have to have been at the beginning to appreciate these songs. I agree that the album was a bit rushed without much promotion from VP Records but a song like "Love You" is full of heartache and simplicity. What better way to express your love in its simpliest form. I can just see Jah Cure on his stoop crying out for love in all its form while clutching his guitar. I can see him in prision wishing to be free as is the case of "Share The Love." You get a sense of which artist is physically free from the one who is not by listening to that song. Gentleman, a great artist, compliments Jah Cure well and he is obviously in a far more advanced setting. However, Jah Cure sounds really truimphant as he tries to convey to his fans the message of "Share the Love." He did long to share his greatest hopes and fears with the rest of of the world. "Dem Nuh Build Great Man" is a modern roots classic. Listen to the names Jah Cure drops here. Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Hugh Mundell, Free I, Nitty Gritty, Tenor Saw, and Papa Richie. Thre were all men the system brought down way to soon. Jah Cure is a true teacher and knows his history. Truly powerful songwriting. Jah Cure lives on to remind us of theirs and his greatness and and that is through storytelling. He want us to never forget. No disrespect to the reviewer above but we all love the demo sound of "Love You" because it reminds us of how far the artist has come. From nothing to something. Big up to Jah Cure. I cannot wait for Universal Cure dropping in April. Give Thanks. Selah


Born: 1980 in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, but raised in Kingston Town, golden-voiced singer Jah Cure (real name Siccature Alcock) became involved with reggae music as a teenager and rapidly rose to fame in the late '90s only to have his meteoric climb to the top halted by a jail sentence. In 1997 and only 18 years old, Jah Cure released the culturally minded single "King in This Jungle," a duet with Sizzla and produced by Beres Hammond. The single was a pivotal moment for Cure for a couple reasons. Hammond would...
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True Reflections… A New Beginning, Jah Cure
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Jul 31, 2007

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