“Only You” is Jah Cure’s latest single

The song “Only You” by Jah Cure has been available since December 17, 2019. It is extracted from his latest album entitled “Royal Soldier” released in August 2019 by VP Records. Grammy nominated (2016) Jamaican singer performs with Mya.


In the world of reggae, Jah Cure’s broken voice is unique. Reggae star is back with a new love song, as he knows so well how to compose and sing them, entitled “Only You” featuring American singer Mya. As usual, his compositions and their videos are eagerly awaited by his fans. Indeed, released on Friday, December 13, 2019, the “Only You” video had four days later 119,000 views on YouTube; three weeks later, it has more than 1 200 000 views. “Only You” is on the newest album by Jamaican singer “Royal Soldier” released in August 2019 on VP Records and immediately ranked first in the Billboard Reggae Chart. On this record are also several songs which are very appreciated by the public such as “Telephone Love”, “Risk It All”, “Life is Real”, “Marijuana” or “Pretty Face” which Jah Cure performed with many guests as Mya, Melanie Fiona, Phyllisia Ross, Popcaan, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Tory Lanez, Capleton, Yami Bolo and Junior Reid.

At 41, Jah Cure whose real name is Siccature Alcock is not only a safe bet of the Reggae genre but also of Lovers rock and Roots Reggae. Jamaican singer Capleton gave him his stage name. He was only 19 years old in March 1997 when he made himself known with “King in this Jungle” sung in duet with Sizzla and produced by Beres Hammond; thanks to the famous producer, the young artist will tour Europe and the Caribbean. In 1998, Jah Cure was arrested in Montego Bay by the police on charges of gun possession, robbery and rape which he always denied. In April 1999, he was found guilty and sent to prison for 15 years. During his imprisonment, he released three albums – “Free Jah’s Cure The Album the Truth” (2000), “Ghetto Life” (2003) and “Freedom Blues” (2005) – and several singles (like the famous “Longing for” in 2007) some of which have topped the Jamaican charts. On July 28, 2007, after 8 years behind bars, the singer who was 29 years old was released from jail on parole and three days later, he released his fourth album “True Reflections… A New Beginning”. Other albums will follow namely “The Universal Cure” in 2009, “World Cry” in 2013, “The Cure” in 2015 which was nominated for a Grammy Award for “Best Reggae Album” in 2016.