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|Queen Ifrica reasons with Ireggae about her current West Coast tour
alongside Tony Rebel that culminates with her second appearance at Reggae
On The River. She discusses how her performance at a Garnett Silk tribute in 1998
led to her becoming a part of the Flames Production family.
her initial release of "Royal Love" through to the present, Queen Ifrica
has always kept her music strictly conscious, which is rare in dancehall music these days.
The 'Raging Lioness' elaborates on songs like "Randy" and "No Love
Again" decrying the current situation in Jamaica in which guns and violence are
Queen Ifrica speaks of how inspired she feels when she sees the
great influence her father (ska legend Derrick Morgan) has had on people
all over the world.
"Yeah, we know the world is made up of positive and negative energies.
But in the end, we know that positive is the one that will be standing out
predominant. So we want to be on that side." - Queen