Nesbeth expanding his musical portfolio… Drops ‘My Dream’

While many artistes strive to have a successful recording career not everyone is content in such a solitary role and multifaceted entertainer Nesbeth is making that very clear with his latest venture.

The Reggae stalwart in recent times has been expanding his musical portfolio not only as a performer and songwriter but also a producer. Though unknown to most the Rastafarian crooner has been dabbling into production and is credited for the composition of ‘Hundu Lay Lay’ and ‘Marijuana’, two of the many tracks on his current EP ‘Victory’, being distributed by Zojak Worldwide.

However, it’s his latest effort ‘My Dream’ that has been attracting a lot of industry attention causing many to ask. Who is responsible for the production? The thought provoking, yet catchy composition has been steadily making in-rows on the FM airwaves across the diaspora and based on current trends is poised to become another bonafide hit following in the footsteps of predecessors such as ‘So Let It Be’ and ‘Board House’.

“Big thank you to everyone who has been supporting this project. The song “My Dream” is about the manifestation of one’s thoughts; dreams; goal and aspiration___ in other words the vibration that you send out is what you receive. In the song I speak of things that is happening and things to be, whilst it’s important to have a dream it’s more important to live the dream.”

Dream Rhythm is a fusion of Ethnic music and Reggae…. Reggae is evolving so I enjoy experimenting same as I have experimented with ‘Marijuana’ track from my current EP ‘VICTORY’ encompassing Rock influences with Reggae.
Following a four year hiatus the singer last week received clearance from the U.S Embassy after he was granted a three year work permits for that country. Though not his first time on U.S soil Nesbeth says he is very pleased with the admission noting that the U.S is a very important market for entertainers across the globe to ply their trade amidst brand building.


“The U.S market is one of the biggest consumers of music in the world and so it’s very important as an artiste when you have clearance to visit these spaces and promote yourself. Aside of the obvious earning capability it also provides an opportunity to expand your brand and solidify one’s fan base through having a physical presence.” – Nesbeth added.

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