Monday, October 21, 2013

Nesbeth Shoots New Video In London; Sing praises about his recent UK visit

The ever conscious Reggae recording artist Nesbeth literally sang praises on his return from London a few days ago.  It was his first trip to the UK and he is finally feeling accomplished after years of constant and persistent work.  Nesbeth has travelled across the Caribbean and United States performing live.  He is one of those artistes in Jamaica who many have high regards and much respect for.  Humble and charasmatic, Nesbeth go about business as usual with the same determination and drive he started out with several years ago but had only admitted to NIPnews recently that this was the first time he felt as if his work had impressively impacted an international audience.  This he found out on his visit to the UK where he performed at Reggae Salute in Birmingham and London.  There after Nesbeth made several other appearances in between shooting a video which he posted twipix on twitter and said, "Behind the scene of my new video hot hot hot out soon."  Keep it moving bro, "Heights of great men reach and kept were not attained by sudden flight."

By: Sophia McKay

Sean Paul is MOBO's 4 times 'Best Reggae Act' Winner

Sean Paul
Jamaican base Reggae/Dancehall International Recording artiste Sean Paul emerged the winner of the 2013 Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) 'Best Reggae Act.' An award which the deejay will proudly add to his increasing collection of outstanding awards.  These includes the 2004 Grammy Award 'Best Reggae Album' for 'Dutty Rock,' 2006 American Music Award 'Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist,' 2005 and 2007 ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Music Award 'Reggae Artist of the Year,' International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) 2005 and 2004 'Special Community Award' and 'Entertainer of the Year' respectively, 2003 MTV Europe 'Best New Act of the Year,' 2009 and 2012 Soul Train Music Award 'Best Caribbean Performance' and 'Best Reggae Artiste' respectively, 2003 Much Music Award 'Best International Video,' for Gimmie the Light, Source Awards 2003 'Dancehall/Reggae Album of the Year' for Dutty Rock and MOBO 2006-2009-2012/3 Best Reggae Act.

Sean Paul was not present to collect his fourth award but Reggae/Danceahall fans will always remember that day in history when he took Jamaican Dancehall music to higher heights, claim to fame the release of his, 'Get Busy' single taken from the 2002 Atlantic Records Duty Rock Platinum selling album.  Sean Paul has been nominated for numerous other awards throughout his tenor more. NIPnews congratulates the 40 year old Reggae/Dancehall artist on his achievement as well as nominees Mavado, Taurus Riley, Popcaan and Stylo G. "RRR!!!" @duttypaul

By: Sophia McKay