The artiste has been busy of late: shooting the video for Unconditional Love In Havana Cuba in early July, performing on International Night One on Sumfest last Friday Night and he recently shot the video for the techno version of Never Say Never in Kingston.
Along with that, Jah Cure has also been putting the final touches on his latest album which is yet to be titled to be released in the last quarter of this year.
Jah Cure is very happy that he was able to complete so much work in so little time and is looking forward to again performing in front of a European crowd: "Europe has always been good to us. We have been in the studio a lot this year and in front of the camera and we always enjoy being on stage and showing the people what we have been working on for such long hours in the studio".
In Europe, Jah Cure will perform in Melkweg, Netherlands on July 30. He will then move to the Garance Reggae Festival on July 31. The festival, which was established in Paris 18 years ago will take place for the first time in Bagnols-sur-Ceze from July 28 to July 31, 2010. The event, usually held indoors now moves to an outdoor place, on the bank of the Ceze River, in the South of France.
After the Garance Reggae Festival Jah Cure then returns to the Netherlands for a show in Rotterdam on August 3. And finally he will perform at the Uppsala Reggae Festival, the largest reggae festival in Sweden, on August 7. This festival was first held in 2001 and attracts attendees of all ages from all over northern Europe. This year the Uppsala Reggae Festival will feature the likes of Alborosie, Busy Signal and Gentleman.