Jah Cure Releases “Undeniable” Album – Watch Lead Video
On Friday, February 17, Jah Cure released his ninth studio album from behind the bars of a Netherlands prison, entitled Undeniable.
According to Dancehallmag, the reggae artiste stated that he is in good health and high spirits. His album was produced by himself and Hamed “K-One” Pirouzpanah, a Swedish producer.
It consists of 11 tracks including Undeniable ft. Kaylan Arnold, Trust, One More Time, Everything ft. Stonebwoy, Think About It, Good Life, Find My Way, If I Had You, Beautiful, Turn Off The Lights, and Be The One.
The collaboration with Afropop entertainer Stonebwoy, Everything, was also released with an official music video on YouTube.
Watch the video below:
Speaking with World A Reggae, Jah Cure touched on the subject of his relationship with Stonebwoy where he said, “Me and Stonebwoy are brothers. He comes to Jamaica all the time. We worked together on a few projects in my studio. My team and my label liked the song, so it was added to the album list.”
Expressing contrition to his fans, Jah Cure apologized for finding himself, once again, in trouble with the law and promised that in his next album, he would tell the tale from his point of view. “Music keeps me busy. I am always writing. Day and night…. My side of the story will be my next album project,” he voiced.
Jah Cure was convicted of attempted manslaughter in March 2022 and received a 6-year prison sentence. The charge came after the entertainer stabbed a producer in October 2021 because he owed him money for a concert performance.
Although he was also accused of attempted murder, the judge ruled that the artiste’s actions did not seem to be premeditated. He is serving his time in a Netherlands prison.
Subsequent to the ruling, however, the prosecutors on the case made an appeal against the acquitted attempted murder charge.
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A new Trial is pending for the Unconditional Love singer who was once again remanded in January 2023.