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With the release of the new album just a week away, Jahriffe has been doing the rounds. He’s presently in the Caribbean focusing on giving more than just his music to people, but also his lessons in spirituality and the practices of meditation. He’s more than a singer-songwriter he’s a practicing Riki instructor, a vegan chef and a couple more titles that is best felt, tasted and seen during his performances. He’s a total package, some might say a hippie, some might say Rastafarian some might just say he’s as eclectic as they come.
Jahriffe can be seen popularly touring with his band the “Jah- N- I Roots Band”. They have performed across the US from Boston to Miami. The album was also partly put together in Florida where Jahriffe took time out to work with a fellow musician and producer Jah D of the Zion High production label that plays with Jah9 (famous Reggae, roots post and singer from Jamaica).
It’s his third studio album and with each track, we can hear growth. Jahriffe rose to fame on the single “Rasta Can’t Fade”. This allowed him to share stages with acts like Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid and Warrior King who he also has a duet with. As for this album its all progression, It shows more maturity as it’s somewhat of a thankful project. Simple saying he’s appreciated his journey and he sees that he has a lot more ground to cover.
Go get a copy of the album “Reflections” from Jahriffe. Go support this future Reggae star. And also share your genuine thoughts.