Tommy B keeps it positive
Reggae artiste Tommy B wants to use his music to bring about a positive change in the world.
Citing recent reports in the news about the flare-up of race-related violence in the US, the entertainer said now more than ever, the world is in need of positive music.
"There's too much hatred in the world right now. The people need to listen to positive music to uplift them, mentally and spiritually. I want to use my music to spread more peace and love in the world," said Tommy B. "Jah has blessed me with an instrument of influence and I use it wisely. All my songs have a positive message because I don't believe in singing songs that will lead the people astray. I always keep it positive."
Tommy B launched his recording career in the late 1990s.
Since then, he has carved a niche for himself on the local music scene with the release of several successful singles, including Victims Prayer, Want Food, Wha Them Fighting For and Friday Gal.
The Clarendon-born singjay is promoting his latest release, which is titled Reality, on the Am Strong/Move Up Records imprint.