Respect | Kristine Alicia

Irie Magazine | Respect | Kristine Alicia

Kristine Alicia


Kristine Alicia is a Reggae singer/songwriter who was born in Jamaica and now resides in Florida. Kristine Alicia’s debut studio album, “Get Ready,” propelled her into the forefront of the Caribbean community, where she received 8 nominations at the 2009 Marlin Awards, where she took home both Artist of the Year and Female Reggae Vocal Performance. She continues boldly making music with a message; “music of freedom and elevation” as she describes it.

Her latest album, ‘Songs from Zion’, is a “classic Roots Reggae album rich in inspirational messaging” which was released in February 2017. The album is experiencing widespread exposure on radio and early notoriety in magazines while also charting on iTunes top 10 and Billboard’s top 15 Reggae album charts.

 Songs From Zion produced by RoryStoneLove received international attention as it received high praises from Reggaeville, Zona Reggae, Reggae Vibes, &The Jamaican Observer to name a few.  The album also received a special review by John Masouri of Echoes Magazine where Kristine Alicia was also dubbed artist of the month. United Reggae also listed Songs From Zion in its list of Top 20 albums in 2017 at the end of the year.

Kristine Alicia has excelled on the main stage of the Jamaican Grace Jerk Festival opening for Shaggy, she has also opened for Etana, Tarrus Riley, & Freddie McGregor. Whether on stage, in the streets or online, Kristine Alicia delivers a consistent message: Love God, love people and stand for justice. Her honest approach to music is refreshing and touches people in a way that piques their interest in who she is and what she truly believes.

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