Wherever Ifa goes and whomever he meets he exudes peace and serenity. Yet, there is a determination in his eyes that reveals he is a focused artist and teacher of Rastafarian philosophy. His first single “How often do you pray” from his soon to be release album Journey exemplifies this mild mannered Rasta man.
George Francis aka Ifa is an artist from the Island of Jamaica. He grew up around many artists in the field of entertainment. He started in the entertainment Industry at a young age of fourteen. Ifa grew up among the family of Bob Marley. He was inspired by the music of the Marley family and Mystic Revealers. Billy Mystic taught Ifa how to play the guitar. By playing the guitar Ifa realized that he was excellent at writing songs. At the age of 14 while still in high school Ifa landed a role in the movie Club Paradise with Jimmy Cliff and Robin Williams. Ifa was also in the Bob Marley’s life story Legend. Ifa loves acting but saw an opportunity to do various stage shows around the world. He has performed in Kenya, Nairobi, Mombassa, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden.
Ifa left abroad and moved to the United States, California to pursue his dream of entertainment. He came out with a single with Yami Bolo called Rastafari is I life. This single is also on Yami Bolo's album. Ifa also did a remake of Money in my pocket with artist Simple Red, which is on Simply Reds album. Ifa also did the Movie Hair Show with Monique in 2004. Ifa is currently working on his first solo album which will be released in 2007.