Since returning from a double stint in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio Reggae Firebrand Nesbeth has wasted no time getting back in studio to continue work on his debut album.
Though it is still early days yet, the project appears to be off to a good start as during one of his many recording sessions billboard hit-maker Omi was spotted vibing in the studio. When quizzed about the name and what fans can expect from the upcoming album the ‘My Dream’ crooner said,
“I can’t divulge much at this time except that we are working on an album. A decision hasn’t been made as yet regarding the name but we are putting together something that the fans will really appreciate. As for a release date that will be known in the foreseeable future but right now we focusing more on the musical aspect of the project.”
Last week the singer teamed up with controversial selector turn producer Foota Hype for the release of another mentally stimulating composition titled 'Success Story'. Produced on the Foota Hype Music (FHM) imprint and featured on the Motherland Riddim, the song tells a tale reminiscent of Nesbeth’s formative years underscoring his trials, triumphs and the treacherous music industry.
A story that not only many Jamaican but people across the diaspora can relate to. Though not yet officially available via iTunes and other digital platforms the single has been getting a lot of attention especially on the Reggae circuit with the potential of becoming another hit for the Rastafarian crooner.
Meanwhile, Nesbeth who has been on a path of mentoring and imparting positive values across various sects of society recently gave a formidable performance at the Police Federation Conference in Montego Bay.
The singer is booked to appear at the upcoming Caribbean Village Cultural Festival on June 25th in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.