The Star (St. Lucia) - Life Begins 2 Nite - - COCKTAIL CORNER -

in­ger Song­writer IFARI aka Fari, a young artist from the Môn Re­pos com­mu­nity in Mi­coud, St. Lu­cia re­cently re­leased his de­but al­bum ‘Cul­tural Vi­bra­tion’. The al­bum of four­teen songs is writ­ten and per­formed by Ifari Joseph, pro­duced and co-writ­ten by pro­ducer Lyle­ton Lis­son (Artist name: Corn­wal­lis) within the CW Pro­duc­tion Stu­dio, Hos­pi­tal Road, Cas­tries. The artiste says com­plet­ing his de­but al­bum is for him a very mean­ing­ful step in life: “It has been a very in­ter­est­ing and ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ence for me work­ing at my pas­sion with oth­ers who share the same pas­sion. Work­ing with in­di­vid­u­als who are of more ex­pe­ri­ence than me and re­ceiv­ing guid­ance along the way truly makes this more worth­while, I am for­ever grate­ful.”

Ifari says mu­sic has been his love since child­hood; he would fre­quently lis­ten to the likes of Bob Mar­ley, Peter Tosh and Lucky Dube along with many other reg­gae artistes. He con­sid­ers mu­sic both en­ter­tain­ment and ther­apy. “In my opin­ion I be­lieve that mu­sic has been a part of me from the get go,” he told 2Nite. “It is in my very blood. My fa­ther is a lover of mu­sic and so is my mom. Dad played the bass gui­tar be­fore I was born and my mom was both a dancer and poet.”

Ifari looks for­ward to pro­mot­ing his lat­est al­bum, cre­at­ing new mu­sic, and col­lab­o­rat­ing with other artistes. Check out his al­bum on itunes!

Even party an­i­mals need some sleep!

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