Jah9's in Heaven

Friday, December 14, 2018

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She is the stand out female of the reggae revival group of young artistes. From her breakout single New Name , Jah 9 has been charting a course of her own.

The singer, born Janine Cunningham, has dropped her latest single Heaven ( Ready fi Di Feeling).

This follows a strong performance aboard the just concluded Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise where, in addition to her stage performance, she led a workshop — yoga on dub.

On the new single, Jah9 states: “Heaven is your highest joy. To the yogi, the highest joy is transcending the flesh and being one with God. Really and truly, I believe everyone wants that, but everyone doesn't call it that.”

In the past few months Jah9 has also concluded her début UK tour, selling out her London show at the recently reopen Subterranea venue. The six-date string of performances included stops in Bedford, Manchester, Leeds, Brighton and Norwich. This followed an extensive US tour which included a unique combination of her music performance along with her signature Yoga on Dub class.



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