Queen Ifrica Shows Steele Nuff Love at Toronto's Mother's Day Concert


fiya_mumma.jpgQueen Ifrica, affectionately called the Fiya Mumma invaded the stage at the Sound Academy, formerly the Docks, and for 90 solid minutes she blazed, tantalized and thrilled her Toronto fans.

Queen Ifrica could do no wrong for the massive there as she used her full arsenal of songs such as Daddy Don't Touch Me There, Na Rub, and Below the Waist.

Many in the audience had wondered if they would get the opportunity to see Queen and Steele perform there hit single New World(Remix), and for all in attendance that special highlight came when Ifrica invited the Canadian reggae sensation to join her on stage. Together they belted the lyrics of their MOBS/Flames produced single. This was the first time they had performed the song together and the energy from both artists was tremendous.

New World (Remix) clearly represents one of Steele's most popular songs in Jamaica, with his reproduction of Bob Marley's Slave Driver just as potent. New World has enjoyed good rotation from both radio and television, with the music video reaching the number 4 spot on the RETV charts.

Steele says, "receiving the phone call from Queen was a true blessing. So often combination recordings are done, but due to artist scheduling they never get the opportunity to perform the song. Queen is a true sista and that's why the world embraces her the way they do. She, Tony Rebel, Briggie and the rest of the Flames family have shown me nothing but love from the start, and that is why my label MOBS Production and myself are always ready to embrace them".

Steele plans to be back in Jamaica soon to shoot the music video for his latest recording Keep Holding On, produced by the Katalyst's Crew.