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Nature to open up for UB 40 at show in the UK

Entertainment News Written by  Wednesday, 08 July 2015 17:04 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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DownSound Records reggae artiste , Nature, will bring his signature and highly energetic  set to the United Kingdom this weekend.    Nature, who is promoting his new album, Life’s Journey, will be supporting Ali Campbell’s UB40 at the prestigious Kew The Music Festival at Kew Gardens  in London on Saturday, July 11, 2015.   The already sold out show will see over 10,000 fans in attendance to see Britain’s most popular reggae group and their supporting acts.  UB40 has clocked up more than 70 million record sales worldwide with songs like Kingston Town, Red Red Wine, and Can’t Help Falling In Love. According to Nature, this is the opportunity of a lifetime :  “ I am very excited about this opportunity and I’m thankful to the DownSound Records Force and UB40 for allowing me to be a part of this historical moment.”   This is Nature’s second trip to the UK within a month. He returned to Jamaica last week after a brief tour , that included him performing at the Koko London as a supporting act for junglist, Congo Natty.

Nature’s single Love You is getting increasing daily airplay across mainstream stations in the UK, including BBC London.  The station’s popular presenter, Robert Elms, has invited Nature to perform a live acoustic set during his long –running midday show next week. 


CEO of DownSound Records, Joseph Bogdanovich has accompanied Nature on his trip and is looking forward to his performances.  “Nature is an artiste that loves reggae music, loves his audiences and knows how to have a rollicking good time. I’m looking forward to him delivering with the help of Jazzwad and the Soul Rebel Band.”


Nature’s visit to the UK coincides with the launch of DownSound Records (DSR) International.  The office  is based out of London’s iconic Metropolis Studios, where  all major global artistes , including The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Rihanna have recorded over the last 25 years.


“DSR International is a hub to the international market and is being overseen by London-based publisher, Othman Mukhlis of Abood Music/Jamdown .” Mr. Bogdanovich explained.


After his London gigs, Nature will jet off to Los Angeles to perform at the west coast’s top festivals including Reggae on the Mountain and Reggae on the River.

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