Jah Cure is finally coming to Kenya and everyone is more than excited to have him visit The City in the Sun.
Jah Cure, a Reggae Grammy nominee has garnered quite a reputation for himself as a solo act. The ‘Before I Leave’ singer who is beloved by many for his soulful lyrics and his honeyed voice is set to be visiting the Kenyan capital Nairobi, on July 6th, 2019 according to a recent post on his social media account. In the now viral post, Jah Cure will be making 10 stops in various cities across the globe as part of his Royal Soldier Tour. The Jamaican act will only visit Kenya and Seychelles for the African leg of his tour, proving just how much he cares for his Kenyan fans.
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My official Royal Soldier launch tour kicks off June 1st!! After a long wait with my record company, my album is finally ready to be released. I will be playing some new music for you on my tour dates leading up to the official release this summer. Which cities should I plan an album launch party in? Comment below 👇🏿 #royalsoldier Art by:📸: @jusbusagain
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 40-year-old Hannover Parish native previously visited Kenya in 2012, performing to a lively crowd at the Kasarani Indoor Arena on December 1st. His last album ‘The Cure’ was released in 2015 topping Billboard charts and earning him a Grammy nomination. A father and husband, he also served an 8-year sentence in Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre where he released his first 3 albums including his breakthrough track ‘King in This Jungle.’