The Magic Of Queen Ifrica Reggae | Wednesday 8th March 2017 | Tali reggae Reggae News reggaealbumofthemonth Spreading social activism through music, reggae artist Queen Ifrica returns with her engaging and inspiring third studio album Climb. Beginning with a lively track, Trueversation that features fellow Jamaican artist Damian Marley and speaks of the power of words, the album powerfully speaks about life and spiritually. Queen Ifrica includes hard hitting conscious tracks Lies Dem Ah Tell, Grabba and Medical Marijuana to speak about social and political issues, with her strong vocals baring similarities to chanting. Her impressive versatility transcends into romantic and smooth tunes Love Is Not Blind and Good Man that provide easy listening and resemble classic Reggae. Continuing to make music with meaning, the chilled I Can’t Breathe discusses police brutality and racism and Queen Ifrica touches on the power of women through tracks like Black Woman and Ask My Granny, inspired by her Grandmother. Overall, the album has a great sense of togetherness and manages to uplift and empower by spreading important social messages.