‘The Universal Cure’, Jah Cure’s first recorded album since his release from prison, has been topping local and international charts. Currently ‘The Universal Cure’ is number one on the New York and South Florida charts and is steadily climbing to the top of the Jamaica Music Countdown charts.
With first Caribbean release ‘Hot Long Time’ featuring Jr. Reid, Flo Rida and Movado released as early as 2008 and a major hit with the US listenership, ‘The Universal Cure’ is also riding several overseas charts, peaking at the #2 spot on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart.
Lead single from the album ‘Call On Me’, featuring the sexy and talented Phyllisia, has become a smashing success, easily one of the biggest and best reggae lovers’ singles for this year. ‘Call On Me’ hit the pinnacle of several local and overseas charts.
As the album crosses boundaries with Jah Cure’s live representation touring islands, countries and cities, the soulful singer was a huge hit in Freeport, Bahamas recently.
When Jah Cure hit the stage at 5:00 am with his backup singers and AN.TI.DOTE band, Bahamas couldn’t get enough of him. In fact, they reluctantly let him go at 7:30 am after he performed all their favourite tracks, with allowances from the police to go on for thirty minutes more. The Cure was joined on stage by Phyllisia for their collaborations ‘Mr. Jailer’ and ‘Call On Me’.
The Bahamians loved every minute of the Live Sound Entertainment production, dubbed ‘Universal Cure’. Clearly a celebration of his name, freedom and great music.
Bahamas was just one of the singer’s many island hopping and continent landing to promote his first album since ‘Freedom Blues’, fresh with new tracks.
‘The Universal Cure’ shows no signs of pulling up…unless it’s the Jamaican term to play again…and again…and again. The world wide web played ‘The Universal Cure’, an iTunes and most hot hitting sites friendly album features ‘Call On Me’, ‘You’ll Never Find’, ‘Journey’, ‘Sticky’ and ‘Mr. Jailer’, among several other great tracks.
Known for topping several charts over the years, the classic hit maker first hit big with ‘Divide And Rule’ and then while behind bars recorded and released several singles, many of which topped the charts. ‘Jamaica’ produced by Danger Zone Entertainment and ‘Longing For’ both hit #1 on the charts and were awesome international successes.
Cure’s first album, ‘Free Jah’s Cure’, was recorded in jail and later released in 2001, one year after his incarceration. In 2003 Beres Hammond produced Jah Cure’s second album, ‘Ghetto Life’, which featured the single ‘Divide And Rule’ featuring Sizzla. Myspace – http://www.myspace.com/freejahscure