The management of Danger Zone/Sobe Entertainment artiste Jah Cure has isued a satemetn apologising for the artiste’s absence at a Night on Tracks held last Sunday at the National Indoor Sports Centre.
“Jah Cure would like to apologise to all his fans who came out expecting him to perform at a Night On Tracks,” the release said.
According to the management, on December 19, the artiste — having performed at Tempo’s fourth anniversary celebrations in Grenada — was en-route to Jamaica from the show when eastern Caribbean airline Liat canceled a connecting flight.
“This resulted in the team deciding to hire a private Jet to reach Asafa Powell’s show. Due to these delays, Jah Cure arrived in Jamaica at approximately 2:30 on Monday December 21 when the show was wrapping up. Jah Cure is very disappointed at missing the event,” the statement said.
“I am very upset with not making the show and that despite our best efforts it did not happen. I would like to apologize to my fans and to Asafa Powell who is doing great work with an effort like this. Missing the show was beyond our control, however we are still apologetic,” Jah Cure, whose real name is Siccature Alcock, said via the release.
Jah Cure is slated to release several new tracks for the New Year. He recently did collaboration with Stephen Marley and Christopher Ellis dubbed End of Time. The song was recently released overseas and will soon be serviced locally.
Jah Cure has had a very successful year with tracks such as You’ll Never Find and Call On Me with Phyllisia. He also went international in a big way, collaborating with Jason Mraz and Lil Wayne on Mraz’s I’m Yours remix. The song has been listened to over 1 million times on YouTube.