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Ifertari completes 'Learning Process' tour @ifertari @one876

Ifertari completes 'Learning Process' tour @ifertari @one876 Featured

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  Reggae singer Ifertari returned to Jamaica recently after her successful  'Learning Process' tour which wound through several states in the United States of America.  
 
She did a number of gigs in the USA, kicking off the tour in Fort Lauderdale, before doing gigs in Tampa, and then towns in Virginia and Georgia. 
 
"I thoroughly enjoyed the chance to connect with reggae fans in the US, they really like my brand of reggae," she said. 
 
Ifertari launched her debut album in April this year, and the set spawned popular radio songs such as 'Morning Evening' and 'Black Skin'.
 
"The 'Morning Evening' song and video opened up a lot of doors for me. The physical copies of the album sold well and I am gaining traction in markets such as South America, Africa and Europe, especially the UK," she said.
 
Ifertari, whose given name is Sashanna Hunter, migrated to the USA from the Waltham Park area of Kingston at age 12. She returned to Jamaica two years ago to pursue music, and she has not looked back since.
 
"In 2016, I am going to establish my own record label," she said, confidently. 
 
You can follow Ifertari on Twitter and Instagram @IFERTARI.
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