Queen Ifrica Releases 3rd Studio Album “Climb”

Award-winning Jamaican singer, songwriter and social activist Queen Ifrica calls for global change on her third studio album Climb, is now available via VP Records

By MPR Consulting

The album addresses social issues with a distinct voice of a mother, a sister, a strong black woman. The song “Black Woman” addresses young women with an appeal to know their worth and not be swayed by objectifying trends in popular culture. The song will be promoted as a part of International Day of the Woman, March 8th. Her music is designed to uplift people of all generations through inspired lyrics, encouraging perseverance in hard times. Her motivation to climb is revealed in the song “Ask Me Granny,” that speaks of two of her greatest sources of strength, her mother and grandmother.

The soul-tinged reggae track “I Can’t Breathe” rails against ongoing police brutality in America; the ska flavored “Rebellion” name checks uprisings across several continents that have secured rights and improved the lives of many marginalized individuals. This sentiment is reinforced on “Battlefield”, which warns “we never yield, its war on the battlefield, if you nah hear you ah go feel.”

“These songs come to me as I am watching the world; I see myself as a social worker that uses music as my tool because music is the greatest weapon to impact societal change, to help young people to understand themselves more,” Ifrica says.

The power of her music is apparent on Climb and is only surpassed by a live performance from Queen Ifrica. To celebrate the release of the album a special showcase performance is scheduled at VP Records retail store in Miramar, Florida on March 4, 2017

01. Trueversation feat. Damian Marley
02. That’s How It Is Sometimes
03. Love Is Not Blind
04. Pleasure To See
05. Grabba
06. Medical Marijuana
07. Good Man
08. Black Woman
09. Climb
10. All That I’m Asking
11. Battlefield
12. I Can’t Breathe
13. Ask My Granny
14. Rebellion
15. Better Than Amazing
16. Lie Dem A Tell
17. Let’s Get Silly