Jah Cure set for maiden Zim tour

HARARE - Jamaican reggae star Jah Cure could finally hold his maiden concert in Zimbabwe at the end of April.

The internationally-acclaimed artiste, who is regarded as King of Lovers Rock and Roots Reggae, will perform at the Glamis Arena on April 29 in a gig dubbed “Together As One.”

The Unconditional Love singer is expected to share the stage with Winky D, Jah Prayzah and Judgement Yard in the concert being organised by Red Rose Entertainment.

If the Barbara “Mai Red Rose” Chikosi-led Red Rose Entertainment manages to bring to Zimbabwe the Lovers Rock star, it would indeed be a major coup.

For the past five years, various music promoters have attempted in vain to bring Jah Cure to Zimbabwe.

The Jamaican star’s first big song was the 1997 single King in this Jungle which featured Sizzla and was  produced by Beres Hammond who went on to become his mentor.

His albums include Free Jah’s Cure the Album the Truth (2000), Ghetto Life (2003), Freedom Blues (2005), True Reflections...A New Beginning (2007), The Universal Cure (2009), World Cry (2012) and The Cure (2015).

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