The Jamaican reggae artist premiered the video on Wanene TV, an online television platform based in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The video is the fourth and final visuals from the reggae album, according to promo literature.
The singer, currently in Tanzania, chose to release the video on her birthday, blessing her fans with her spirituality and sprite vocals. She also offered an hour-long performance on the online platform as she celebrated her date of birth.
One ‘Could It Be,’ Jah9 is a song that sees the singer explore various aspects of her being, studying multiple images of herself and questioning with the intend of understanding who she is and her identity. “The soul of a poet/The mind of a poet/The body of a goddess/And the heart of the King,” she sings on the chorus.
The singer reflects on the highs and lows; her life experiences spirituality, temptations, blessings, forgiveness, freedom, relentlessness, faith, and eternal life. As it were the song summarizes her sophomore project in many ways.
The 15-track album exposes Jah9 as an old soul, self aware-a spiritual vessel, rich in mind, body, and soul. The ‘Note To Self’ record is, by all means, a beautiful contemporary reggae album that was released under VP Records in March and features the likes of Chronixx, Pressure Busspipe, Akala, and Tarrus Riley.