King of Lovers Rock Jah Cure is in Kenyan and is feeling at home in the +254.
Making his sophomore trip to the Green City in the Sun, Jah Cure who goes by the government names Siccature Alcock was excited to be in Nairobi as he addressed members of the press earlier today (4.7.2019). The ‘Unconditional Love’ crooner is visiting the country as part of his Royal Soldiers tour of the globe. His show set to talk place over the weekend is his only stop on the African continent’s mainland.
Speaking about why he continues to return to Kenya, Cure said ” I am happy to be here, I felt a connection to Kenya.” The Splash Festival headliner spoke about his latest album ‘Royal Soldier’ and the various features on the track. Having landed a Grammy nomination for his 2015 release ‘The Cure’, Jah Cure spoke optimistically of the possibility of a second Grammy nomination for his 2019 album. Known for his strong vocal ability and smooth lyrics, Cure has continued to grow his fan base due to his talent and humility.
Reflecting on the album, he pointed out he was inspired by African historical figure Mansa Musa. Cure insisted that the need to revel in the rich history of Africa’s greatest figures is and continues to be a great resource. As previously reported by The Sauce, Siccature Alcock has kept fans awaiting his new album since he first teased the new project last year in 2018. According to a report by The Sauce, the Jamaican star known as the ‘King of Lovers Rock’ announced his new album in late July 2018. The album dubbed “Royal Soldier” was set to drop in 2018, featuring collaborations with Tory Lanez, Melanie Fiona, and Phyllisia Ross; however, it seems the reputable act faced some difficulties pushing back the album launch to 2019. The first release “Risk It All” from the Grammy-nominated artist’s much-anticipated album is a collaboration with songstress Phyllisia Ross. The second release from the 2019 album is ‘Marijuana’ featuring Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley.
Overcoming a separation from his wife Kamila McDonald, Siccature has stayed focused on raising his daughter and comments that fatherhood has changed his outlook on life and his music. More centered than ever before, Jah Cure also announced that he has finally finished his studio and is set to produce more music via his independent label, Iyah Cure Music.
Jah Cure’s next stop on his ‘Royal Soldiers’ tour is the island of Seychelles were he is set to perform on 13th July.
The album is set to be released on August 30th.