Queen Ifrica – Keep It Yourself | Review

Queen Ifrica – Keep It Yourself.

Hello ReggaeSteemers,

I love reggae and It is true. I love reggae because it is a kind of genre of music that make you be yourself. Reggae is a piece of nice music in the world.

You must listen to the song from Queen Ifrica I share with you. It is a nice and simple one but you will know how to be yourself. Let listen to Keep It Yourself.

Who is Queen Ifrica?

Queen Ifrica is a reggae singer and disc jockey from the hills above Montego Bay, Jamaica. She is the daughter of ska legend music Derrick Morgan but was raised by her mother and stepfather. Her real name is Ventrice Morgan.

A Rasta by faith, she is known for her work in the community and for writing songs about the deeply personal subject matter in songs such as Below the Waist and Daddy.

Queen Ifrica, began her career in 1995 after shining at a local talent contest in her hometown of Montego Bay, Jamaica. This eye-opening experience eventually led to major stage performances in her country including the esteemed Reggae Sumfest as well as a union with Tony Rebel’s Flames Crew in 1998.

With roots firmly secured in the Rastafarian faith, she blossomed as one of the top cultural artists in reggae, swarming the airwaves with hits like “Randy”, “My Brethren Juice”, “Below the Waist” and “Daddy” and stealing the stages at major festivals and stage shows around the world (Summer Jam in Germany, Sierra Nevada World Music Festival, Bob Marley Festival, Reggae on the River in California and Reggae Sundance Festival in Holland). As an active community leader, Ifrica is involved in several outreach programs for children in Jamaica’s inner-city and charity shows where proceeds are donated to the cause.

She signed a record deal with VP Records, leading to the release of her first album, Montego Bay, in July 2009. Her second album, Climb, was released in March 2017 and topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

And you can meet Queen Ifrica on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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Info of the song

Song: Keep It Yourself
Artist: Queen Ifrica
Album: Montego Bay
Released: 2019
Genre: Reggae
AvailableSpotify and Deezer.

Lyrics

Yu got to make it better
Fi the youths dem future yu know
Wi can sit down an a gawn
Like say wi nuh si say
Someting kind a go wrong still
And wi nah talk, to the world
Got to make it better again, hey

Yu feel like a bad man (Keep it to yu self)
Doan bring it to Jamaican (Keep it to yu self)
We nuh want dat a jamrock (Keep it to yu self)
Wi can’t tek no more slackness (hear dis)

Yu can change di laws of man
But yu can’t change di laws of god
So if dem nocking a big glass dem glad
Wan wi fi change a must mad dem mad
Somebody tell mi what is happening
A don’t want no fish inna mi Ital dish
To see mi son become a father
Mi greatest wish
Di situation kinda very ticklish
But everybody fed up from parish to parish
(Yes) and to whom it may concern
A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn
As a citizen wi got a lot of concern
Di truth is a nuh dat. Wi want wi chrilden dem, fi learn

Yu feel like a bad man (Keep it to yu self)
Doan bring it to Jamaican (Keep it to yu self)
We nuh want dat a jamrock (Keep it to yu self)
Wi can’t tek no more slackness (hear dis)

Yu fi multiply an replenish di Earth
An dats why di woman labor inna child birth
Mi nuh want si mi brother Dress up inna no skirt
An mi sister nuh fi mek lift up her skirt
As a nation nuh matter what wi put god first
If yu pass eighteen issa blessing not a curse
Lighting an thunder Bown fi mek di cloud burse
A just di water from
Di Sugar Cane can quench nany thirst
(Yes) and to whome it may concern
A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn
As a citizen wi got a lot of concern
Di truth is a nuh dat. Wi want wi chrilden dem, fi learn

Yu feel like a bad man (Keep it to yu self)
Doan bring it to Jamaican (Keep it to yu self)
We nuh want dat a jamrock (Keep it to yu self)
Wi can’t tek no more slackness (hear dis)

Yu can change di laws of man
But yu can’t change di laws of god
So if dem nocking a big glass dem glad
Wan wi fi change a must mad dem mad
Somebody tell mi what is happening
A don’t want no fish inna mi Ital dish
To see mi son become a father
Mi greatest wish
Di situation kinda very ticklish
But everybody fed up from parish to parish
(Yes) and to whom it may concern
A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn
As a citizen wi got a lot of concern
Di truth is a nuh dat. Wi want wi chrilden dem, fi learn

Yu feel like a bad man (Keep it to yu self)
Doan bring it to Jamaican (Keep it to yu self)
We nuh want dat a jamrock (Keep it to yu self)
Wi can’t tek no more slackness (hear dis)

Yu fi multiply an replenish di Earth
An dats why di woman labor inna child birth
Mi nuh want si mi brother Dress up inna no skirt
An mi sister nuh fi mek lift up her skirt
As a nation nuh matter what wi put god first
If yu pass eighteen issa blessing not a curse
Lighting an thunder Bown fi mek di cloud burse
A just di water from
Di Sugar Cane can quench nany thirst
(Yes) and to whome it may concern
A nuh dat deh way wi want di table fi turn
As a citizen wi got a lot of concern
Di truth is a nuh dat. Wi want wi chrilden dem, fi learn

Yu feel like a bad man (Keep it to yu self)
Doan bring it to Jamaican (Keep it to yu self)
We nuh want dat a jamrock (Keep it to yu self)
Wi can’t tek no more slackness (hear dis)

The writer of the song: Donovan Keith Bennett/VENTRICE LATO MORGAN

Lyrics Keep It to Yourself ©Greensleeves Publishing Limited, Publisher(S) Unknown.

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