Queen Ifrica: “Four Women”

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Reggae songstress Queen Ifrica has just released the following visual for the song "Four Women."

This cover song is a tribute to the legendary superstar African-American musician Nina Simone, who wrote "Four Women" and released it in April, 1966. Queen Ifrica's rendition was produced by Stephen "Ragga" Marley for the Ghetto Youth International Label.

On the Ghetto Youths International YouTube channel, they say this about Four Women:

"In Tribute to the legendary, iconic Nina Simone; Jamaica reggae star Queen Ifrica pays homage with a reggae cover of the marquee track 'Four Women.' In a time where respect of female equality, diversity, culture, history, ethnicity is needed more than ever in the forefront of the global consciousness; this Stephen Marley produced take on Nina Simone's powerful declaration describing Four Women is surely relevant. The song was released on Monday April 26th 2021; the anniversary of the 1969 recording of Nina's "Live from Berkley" album. Brought to you by the Ghetto Youths International Label."

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