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Iqulah - Reggae Ambassador   Labelled as the REGGAE AMBASSADOR, Iqulah continues the mission of great reggae artistes, such as Bob Marley, to bring reggae and Rasta to the four corners of the Earth.

In 1985, IQULAH, who's name represents Integrity, Quality, Unity and Love for Africa as Home, set up his own label, Mozziah, to release a number of 7in disks to kick start his musical career in Jamaica.

Not long after, Iqulah and his band, Gideon Force, released their debut album, Rasta Philosophy, which featured amongst many vocalists, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt on harmonies. This album marked a significant time for Iqulah and Gideon Force, when they decided to leave the Jamaican shores to tour the continents, carrying the Rasta message across many borders. Iqulah broke many barriers with his live performances and became the first Jamaican reggae band to perform in Estonia, Russia.
He returned to Jamaica and concentrated on writing his second album, The Mission, which was released in 1993. Soon after, Iqulah began touring again and quickly established himself as a legendary performer, taking his audiences into higher spiritual height. The press hailed him as the "High Priest Of Reggae". With his unique charisma and strong African presentation, Iqulah touched thousands of his audiences across the world, Germany, Holland, Scandinavia, Russia, Africa, the Far East, to name but a few. Giddeon Force
Iqulah - High Priest of Reggae   Iqulah spent many years on the road, touring many countries, but his greatest fulfilment was reached when he arrived home - Africa. Iqulah and Gideon Force performed in many stadiums, notably Malawi, South Africa, Mali, Tanzania, Sudan, Zimbabwe, but his highest elation was completed in 1997, when he performed in Maskal Square, Ethiopia in front of 80,000 people.

In 1998, Iqulah retired from touring to join the lecture circuit. He spent a few years in Jamaica, organising and opening an international Rasta Centre in St. Ann's, his home parish.

In 2004, Iqulah has return to the music industry with the launch of his current album Rastafari 4 Eva. His prophetic messages are as strong as ever, acknowledging current events and offering words of strength and clarity to all. A solid team of Jamaican's best musicians present the authentic sound of the King's music with the progressive reggae beat that Iqulah's fans have come to expect.
Asked to describe Rastafari 4 Eva, Iqulah smiled and said, "Stronger I n' I stronger, stronger than before, Rastafari is the All Mighty!"

© 2004