NESBETH TO RELEASE THREE NEW VIDEOS SHOT IN UK @djnesbeth Featured
The conscious reggae singer performed at the Luxurious Tower Ballroom in Birmingham and the 02 Academy where he got several ovations for his hit songs, 'Gunz Out,' 'Boardhouse' along with his more recent hits, 'Friends for Sale,' and 'Drive By'.
"From the time I have been travelling outside of Jamaica to do shows, is the first time mi feel so confident as a performer. Judging by how the people dem respond to me, I know they enjoyed my performance, the promotion team, Classical Promotions, even booked me back the same night for next year's show in Birmingham," Nesbeth said.
Nesbeth dedicated both of his performances at to his late mother. Obviously moved by the disclosure, fans swayed and encouraged him along as he sang a tribute to her a capella.
After performing on these shows, he continued his promotional tour of the UK, performing at a series of club shows in Scotland with Chris Goldfinger, Bristol on a leg of Chronixx's tour, alongside Gyptian in Camden, London, a punk rock meets reggae event in the West End Soho in London, Newby Square in Bradford and a weekly event, Supa Star Sunday at a popular club spot in London.
"I really loved the experience, especially the West End Soho where I performed for white people who did not understand the language. II performed for over 80 minutes doing a whole range of songs, afterwards, one of the lead singer for the punk band The Duel, came over to me and said that I was one of the best she has ever seen perform, so that was very gratifying," he said.
While in London, Nesbeth documented his first tour in a brand new TV show called Entertainment Soul. He aalso shot three music videos, for the singles 'Ole Gangalee', 'Rasta Love' and 'Hot Hot Hot' in between his various gigs.
"I will be releasing these videos over the next couple of weeks, I want to big up Eccentric and the team from E Soul, and my designer Raj Apparell," Nesbeth said.
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