Jah Cure drops Life is Real

Saturday, August 25, 2018

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Recording artiste Jah Cure has released a new single which features high-riding deejay Popcaan.

The single titled Life is Real, also features artiste Padrino.

The track is now available on Internet platforms YouTube and SoundCloud, and will be available for download or streaming later this year.The Grammy-nominated act known for his raspy vocals and passionate lyrics is reportedly delivering what his fans have become accustomed to hearing from him on this new number.

With help from Popcaan, who recently released Billboard Chart-topper Forever and producer, singer and rapper Padrino, the song explores life's hardships and the hustling that is needed to survive. The single comes off the heels of the love song Risk it All featuring Phyllisia Ross with whom he collaborated on the previous hit singles Call on Me and Unconditional Love.

“Life is Real” is something new and exciting from Jah Cure and we are very excited for its release,” said Christopher Chin, president of VP Records. “We believe this track shows a small sample of versatility from his upcoming album and we hope everyone enjoys and feels the song.”

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