The Prophet CAPLETON and her royal highness QUEEN IFRICA stop by SLOW BOUNCE this week for an interview with Deon Mattis on Bigupradio.com. CAPLETON has been keeping the fire BLAZING HOT for over a decade with Hits Pon Toppa Hits and certainly needs no introduction. QUEEN IFRICA has been mashing up the dancehall and roots airwaves since the 90’s. Some of her many hits include "Lengthen My Days," "Below The Waste ," "Sensimillia," "What A Life" and "Breaking Up." Spend some time with royalty this Friday! The SLOW BOUNCE show airs every Tuesday on Bigupradio.com Slamming Dancehall station.
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About CAPLETONBorn Clifton George Bailey III on April 13, 1967, in the rural parish of St. Mary, Capleton earned his future stage name from friends who were so impressed with his sharp reasoning skills that they named him after the most famous lawyer in town. From a tender young age, he was a lover of the traveling sound systems, sneaking out at night to catch the vibes until dawn. But it wasn’t until he turned 18 and moved to Kingston that he was able to realize his destiny. Find out more: here
About QUEEN IFRICA
Queen Ifrica, royal empress, also known as Fyah Muma, took the music world by surprise, when in 1995 she turned on a scorcher of a performance in a talent contest at the aptly named Club Inferno in Montego Bay. The Queen beat all other contestants to win by a landslide. Her baptism in the business included a performance on Reggae Sumfest’s Singer’s Nite; coming onstage after a blazing set by Buju Banton, Queen Ifrica was not overawed by the occasion, but succeeded in commanding a good reception to her message. Find out more: here