Soul Food – Jahra

Growing up, Jahra recalls seeing the racism within our own race and school children beaten just because their color was different. They were not light enough. Not being able to do anything about it at a young age, Jahra made it his mission to strive and point out social injustice, but also to point out the benefit of true, royal love between a black man and woman, as portrayed in “Soul Food.”

Already, with a soft release, many radio personalities are loving this tune and getting positive feedback from fans with the prospects of the iconic music star, prompting this full release of the tune.

“Jahra’s “Soul Food” is a timeless tune that speaks to the soul on the possibility of majestic love,” said DJ Teddy of Irie FM (Jamaica).

About Jahra:                                                   
Jahra is a Jamaican born artiste who has worked with dozens of world-famous artistes, producers, and personalities across the entertainment industry, including Mason di Emperor, Rayon “Short Boss” Webb, Sizzla, Yami Bolo, Capleton, Luciano, Terry Ganzie, Cocoa Tea, Johnny Osbourne, Barrington Levy, Kevin Lyttle, T.O.K., Vybz Kartel, Fifth Element and Junior Reid.  He has performed in locations all over the world such as Studio Coast in Japan, Amazura in New York City, Theatre District in Philadelphia, Majek Fashek Prison of Conscience Church in California and Roxy’s, Lido’s and Avalon in Boston.