Almost three months after the passage of Hurricane Harvey devastated the U.S southern state of Texas, Reggae luminary Nesbeth has brought hope to its residents during a recent concert hosted by Super Gold Promotions in Houston.
Armed with his catalogue of inspirational anthems, Nesbeth, a true virtuoso delivered an imperious performance interspersed with motivational axioms that left patrons in high spirit upon completion of his forty-minute sweat-drenched set.
Among the crowd favourites were Guns Out, So Let It Be', Board House, My Dream' and Success Story. However, it was the moving tribute to his late wife titled 'Normal Day' that resonated most with the audience as the Reggae crooner reminded them that once there is life there's hope and the rebuilding process though daunting will not last forever as long as they remember not to give up on their 'Dreams'.
Following the concert, Nesbeth said, "I am very happy that I was able to assist in the restoration of hope and pulling the community together, especially the Caribbean nationals to join forces for a unified cause."
In other news, currently saturating the diaspora with his latest hit 'Success Story' the singer is also featured on the cover of the November edition of L3 Magazine. A North American based publication which focuses on the Arts, Fashion, Politics and Music of the Caribbean region. In a very in-depth fourteen-page interview with writer and journalist Natasha Von Castle, Nesbeth delves into his methods and why music is not just music but more about a connection to the higher power who inspires the songs he sings.
Locally, Nesbeth has been on an island-wide campaign to bring social awareness to school children and the impact of their actions especially through the use of social media. The singer has also pledged his support for the upcoming 'JAMATHON' Caribbean Hurricane Benefit Concert slated for November 22 at the Red Stripe Oval in Kingston. The show will be a Telethon / Webathon aimed at raising money for Caribbean Hurricane relief, rebuilding, and restoring badly damaged Islands that are in need.