Jah Cure

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Decades: 2000s
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Sicature Alcock, 1980, St. James, Jamaica, West Indies. Jah Cure emerged in 1997 as a roots and culture singer. He joined Beres Hammond’s Harmony House crew where he was asked to record in combination with Sizzla. The result of this session culminated in the release of the internationally successful, ‘King Of The Jungle’. He followed his debut with ‘Divide And Rule’, ‘Dancehall Vibes’, ‘Zion Awaits’, and a popular combination with Jah Mason, ‘Run Come Love Me’. A further combination with Sizzla resulted in ‘Chant Rasta Man’. Although regarded as part of Hammond’s Harmony House crew Jah Cure also recorded for Buju Banton (‘Sunny Day’) and Philip ‘Fatis’ Burrell (‘Trod In The Valley’). In 1998, a surfeit of dancehall hits followed, released by an assortment of top Jamaican producers. Particularly successful were ‘Guide Us’, ‘Pon Dem Sunday’,...

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