In the heart of Jamaica, where reggae beats pulse through the very soul of the island, emerges a voice that resonates with the cries of the world. Queen A, a rising reggae sensation, has just released her latest chillout album titled "Prayer". But this isn't just another reggae album. It's a heartfelt plea for peace, echoing the sentiments of nations and souls across the globe.
Drawing inspiration from the timeless verses of "The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam", Queen A weaves a tapestry of melodies that touch upon the universal themes of love, life, and the transient nature of existence. Omar Khayyam's quatrains, known as Rubaiyat, have been celebrated for centuries for their profound wisdom and poetic beauty. Queen A's decision to base her lyrics on these verses adds a layer of depth and introspection to her music.
One can't help but be moved by lines such as: 

"The Worldly Hope men set their Hearts upon Turns Ashes
—or it prospers; and anon, Like Snow upon the Desert's dusty Face
Lighting a little Hour or two—is gone."
In the context of Queen A's album, these verses take on a new meaning. They serve as a reminder of the fleeting nature of life and the urgency of seeking peace in our time. The world's turmoil, whether in Africa, Russia, or any corner of the globe, is but a transient phase. Yet, the need for peace is eternal.
Queen A's personal touch is evident in the way she interprets Khayyam's verses. In an intimate interview, she shared, "When I read Khayyam's Rubaiyat, I felt a connection. His words spoke of a world that, despite its chaos, yearned for love and understanding. I wanted to channel that yearning into my music, to pray for the peace that we all so desperately seek."
Produced by Martins Ate from Black Sea Records Ltd. the album "Prayer" is a journey. It's a voyage through the vast expanse of human emotions, from despair to hope, from sorrow to joy. And at its core, it's a call for unity, understanding, and love.
For those eager to embark on this musical odyssey, "Prayer" is available on all major streaming platforms, including Spotify, YouTube, Soundcloud, Tidal, and Apple. Let Queen A's soulful voice and the timeless wisdom of Omar Khayyam guide you towards a world of peace and harmony.