Jahfé is an international powerhouse pop-roots-rock-reggae band whose rising popularity and following is due to their take charge attitude and uncompromising conscious message. Representing the power of the youth and the wisdom of roots culture, the music of Jahfé not only reflects diversity but the true ability of conscious music to connect to people of all backgrounds. Now in their musical prime, Jahfé specializes in a hard-driving, dubbed-up hybrid of Rock and Reggae that, in its best moments, rise to a visceral frenzy that few reggae acts of any era could hope to match. The band is fronted by lead vocalist Esther Fortune, a ferocious whirlwind of power and energy, a raw dominant and commanding dynamo who is impossible to contain when she hits the stage. Together with Sasha Sanon (band leader, percussionist and also lead singer) and Lady D (a technically trained mezzo-soprano with a vocal range spanning more than three octaves) they produce euphonious harmonies and interweave over the expertly constructed reggae grooves skillfully; an audience has no choice but to submit and be mesmerized as they take in powerful messages of Unity and Livity.
Jahfé dedicates its voice to speaking out against the injustices that plague the world today, and have been featured in documentaries about domestic violence, and worked to increase awareness about the Darfur genocide, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, and many of the other untold stories of injustice in the world. Their music is filled with references to the prejudices, hunger, poverty, disease, rape and the hatred between nations that tear apart the fibers of humanity.
In 2009 The Solution, their sophomore album was released and immediately sold out on iTunes, Amazon, and CDBaby. The band has been voted #1 band in Florida 4 years in a row by The New Times, The Sun-Sentinel, and The Miami Herald to name a few and in 2010, they were inducted in the Grammy Recording Academy as the N° 1 Recording Act in Florida. Jahfé then became an international sensation in 2011 touring in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, The Bahamas, Spain, Switzerland and Amsterdam.