Despite being imprisoned, the reggae artiste continues to work and dropped his 11-track new album 'Undeniable', including a collaboration with Ghanaian Reggae star Stonebwoy
Jah Cure, dropped another album for his musical resume
Cure Again, Come to give you more again. Despite being incarcerated in the Netherlands, Jah Cure hits all the right notes with his new album ‘Undeniable.’ The 11-song project is the 9th studio album that stays true to the artistes trademark of passionate vocals, romantic overtures, and heartfelt lyrics with cutting-edge sound.
'Everything', the lead single from the album, features Ghanian Reggae star Stonebwoy, who recently [performed in Rebel Salute. The soulful collaboration laments a love gone bad and the deep desire to turn back the hands of time. The accompanying music video, directed by noted director Samo Johnson, made it’s Jamaica debut on the countries national station, TVJ.
Building on the anguish created in the vocals, the music video tells the story of a love gone wrong, the separation experienced by the couple, and their hope for reconciliation. The video ends with the message ‘to be continued’ suggesting that the story is not over.
Produced by Jah Cure and Swedish producer Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah, additional stand-out tracks on the album include 'Undeniable' featuring Haitian-American songstress Kaylan Arnold, 'Think About It' which is Jah Cure's personal favorite, and 'Beautiful'.
The soulful longing of Jah Cure's voice throughout Undeniable is as affecting as it was when he first burst upon the scene back in the late nineties. His catalog of hit love songs including 'Unconditional Love (feat. Phyllisia)', 'That Girl', and 'Never Find' are a continual reminder that Jah Cure's ability to deliver a love song is undeniable.
The album is available on all streaming platforms. Vinyl and CD editions of the album are available exclusively at VPReggae.com.
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Recorded with live musicians in Jamaica, Undeniable received a worldwide release on February 17, 2023.