Nesbeth told N.I.P.news that his upcoming UK performances have been long in coming, "This is something I am definitely looking forward to and all UK Reggae fans in attendance of these shows will be given a performance this September that will stay with them as long as they have waited to see me," he said.
UK Reggae fans have not shared a moment with the Reggae/Dancehall singjay since making his 2007/8 Flavor McGregor produced, chart topping tracks Boardhouse, Guns Out and Baby Mother big hits in that region, "I think the opportunity slipped by, it happens, but I am not worried. I will be going there and will be giving of my best to make up for those lost moments" said the newly wed, Kingston 13 resident.
Nesbeth has been one of those artistes whom the industry has high regards. His work ethics is admirable and he has been able to remain relevant staying true to his cause throughout the years. Nesbeth has consistently released conscious, roots and family friendly music that has hit charts across Jamaica and the Caribbean in the midst of trending, sexually explicit and/or hardcore songs by some of the industry's most popular artistes. He has rocked stage after stage in Jamaica, the Caribbean and United States, having fans sing his songs word for word and showing their appreciation and love for his music and stage craft.
Around 2010, Nesbeth found favour working with producer Jan Biggs and released singles, A Nuh Suh Mi Waan Live, Drive By and more recently Dancehall inspired track 'La La La' among other tracks produced on various labels to include Taking Over a song he wrote in recognition of the Jamaica 50 celebrations and more currently, 'Still Hot' on the Turbo Max Production and 'Ole Gangalee' on the Kushface Record labels respectively, adding to his catalogue of good music.
London! Birmingham! here comes Nesbeth promising y'all a 'September to remember!' come out and get a chance to meet the artiste, he is anxious to meet and greet you.
By: Sophia McKay