Posted on 13 December 2012.
Internationally acclaimed Reggae singer, Jah Cure has finally dropped his heavily anticipated album, World Cry.
Marking the entertainer’s sixth solo album to date, Jah Cure insists that World Cry I his greatest work yet. The compilation, released digitally on iTunes and Amazon.com on Tuesday, features a number of prominent American musicians, including Rick Ross andJasmine Sullivan as well as late, great rap superstar, Tupac Shakur for the single, All By Myself.
In an interview with the Jamaica Gleaner, Jah Cure spoke glowingly of his latest project.
“This is one of the biggest albums released from a Jamaican artiste. This is the hardest I’ve worked on an album cause I always want my work to be better than the last and I always want it to be top-notch,” he said.
Jah Cure admitted the process behind making World Cry was strenuous. But the prominent entertainer stresses that this album is worth the wait.
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Posted on 14 September 2012.
Internationally acclaimed Reggae artiste, Buju Banton wants no part of his next scheduled court appearance as he plans to skip his upcoming sentencing hearing.
On October 30, Buju Banton faces a sentencing hearing in a Florida courtroom in relation to federal drug and gun charges stemming from his initial 2009 arrest. Buju issued an appeal to overturn his conviction and subsequent 10-year sentence on drug charges earlier this summer but was denied. As a result, a previous gun charge, which was tossed out during his trial in February 2011 was reinstated, thus sparking the possibility that Buju may face another five years in prison.
After a request for a new trial fell through, Buju Banton could be facing even more dire straits. Now, the embattled Reggae star hopes to skip his upcoming sentencing hearing after a member of his new legal team, Ihmotep Alkebu-lan intimated that his client formally requesting that he be absent from the hearing.
Buju Banton will have to sweat an upcoming court ruling before he’ll know whether or not he won’t have to attend the sentencing hearing.
Buju recently changed lawyers after dropping long-time attorney, David Oscar Markus in favor of Chokwe Lumumba, a civil rights activist who formerly represented late, great rap legend, Tupac Shakur.
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