Friday October 2 Kingston, Jamaica  for the second week in a row the Sobe Entertainment/Danger Zone artiste maintains the number one spot on the New York Reggae Chart.  The song is also bubbling at #6 on the South Florida Reggae Chart.

You’ll Never Find is #25 on Richie B’s Weekly Music Countdown and is proving to be an appropriate follow-up to Jah Cure’s summer smash Call On Me. His previous hit Call On Me featuring Phyllisia continues to maintain a presence locally on both radio and TV.

Call on Me remains ever present on both the Hype TV VTX at #3 and the Hype TV Top 20 at #6 after spending sixteen weeks on the latter and sits pretty at #3 on Zip 103FM’s Kool Liquid Line-up. While Jah Cure’s latest hit You’ll Never Find continues to climb the charts and gain popularity throughout the world.

The video for You’ll Never Find  has also been getting good reviews receiving over 14,000 hits on You Tube. You’ll Never Find is also dominant throughout the Caribbean as it is number one in both the US Virgin Islands and on TEMPO. He holds this position with the hit You’ll Never Find which is on Don Carleon’s Changes Riddim.

The song has become so popular that it has outlasted many other hits that have come after it.. The collaboration with Phyllisia is not the only track that Jah Cure has had charting success with. He is also #9 on Richie B’s Weekly Music Countdown with a track called I’m Free featuring Jahranimo who also appeared with Cure on Sumfest this year.

Another of the tracks to look out for is Jah Cure’s collaboration with Christopher Ellis on the track Why Can’t We on the Netzah Riddim. Ellis is the youngest son of famed singer Alton Ellis and is a credible singer himself. Jah Cure’s music continues to be timeless maintaining a constant presence on local, regional and international charts.



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