Jah Cure, commonly known as Iyah Cure, is a Jamaican reggae musician who was reared in Kingston. He was born Siccature Alcock on October 11, 1978, in Hanover, Jamaica. Capleton, whom he met while growing up in Kingston, gave him the name Jah Cure.
Jah was hauled over by police in November 1998 while driving through Montego Bay and charged with weapons possession, robbery and rape. He was charged with a crime by the Gun Court.
Found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison in April 1999. Jah was moved from St. Catherine Adult Correctional Centre to Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre, which featured a digital recording studio available to inmates.
On July 28, 2007, he was released on parole after serving eight years of his sentence. Jah Cure is renowned as the King of Roots Reggae and Lovers Rock. From prison, Cure published three albums and a number of singles, some of which reached the top of the Jamaican charts.
In 2000, he published his first album, Free Jah’s Cure The Album the Truth, which was followed by Ghetto Life in 2003 and Freedom Blues in 2005.
Cure’s most recent tracks, “Love Is,” “Longing For,” and “True Reflections,” showcase his distinct voice and poetic abilities.
Jah Cure Net Worth 2022
Jah Cure began his musical career in 1997 with the song King in this Jungle, a duet with Sizzla. Since then,
he has been working hard to achieve success and wealth. Cure’s total net worth is estimated to be over $1 million in 2022.