July release for The Cure

July release for The Cure

Saturday, June 13, 2015

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REGGAE singer Jah Cure is slated to release his latest studio album The Cure on July 10.

The 13-track set boasts multi-genre influenced tracks while staying true to its reggae roots.

"My struggles made me who I am today. That's why I sing with feelings, it comes from my heart cause I feel the pain. Who feels it knows it," said Jah Cure.

In addition to the singer, the set carries the production credits of Christopher 'Sketch' Carey, Clive Hunt, Llmar 'Riff Raff' Brown, Justin 'Jus Bus' Nation and Trevor 'Baby G' Washington James. It will be distributed by VP Records.

The track listings includes a cover of John Legend's All of Me, Rasta, That Girl, Life We Live, No Friend of Mine, Made in California, I Surrender as well as the title track.

Jah Cure (given name Siccature Alcock) rose to national prominence while being incarcerated for rape with anthems including Longing For and True Reflection. Since his release from prison in 2007, he made the local charts with entries, including Legend's All of Me.

His 2012 album World Cry features collaborations with American rapper Rick Ross and American singer Jazmine Sullivan, blending hip-hop, pop and R&B into his sound.

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