Reggae singer Ifertari kicks off her 'Learning Process' tour next weekend for one week - with gigs in the British Virgin Islands.
After that, she jets to Barcelona, Spain, for a show on August 29 and then shows in The Netherlands on August 31.
"I am going for more intimate café settings to create an ambience so people can enjoy my brand of reggae," she said.
She will be backed by the Curfew band for her live performances.
The tour will span three continents, with gigs in the states of Florida and California in North America, Guyana in South America, and shows in the United Kingdom and Europe, over the next three months.
Ifertari launched her debut album earlier this year, and it spawned 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," the perky Rastafarian singer said.
The singles from Ifertari's album reflect a central theme: life as a learning process.
"My life has been a learning process. The singles reflect that central theme. every song on the album shows my growth through my various experiences as an adult, a singer, a lover and a mother," she added.
The album will be released digitally in August, to coincide with the tour.
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.
You can follow Ifertari on Twitter and Instagram @IFERTARI.
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