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January 4, 2014
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Nature continues to shine

Downsound recording artiste Nature is without a doubt one of the bright new stars in reggae music.

Once again, he was able to showcase his brilliance onstage during his performance at Sting.

Despite the fact that he had to do an abbreviated set because of time constraints, he was able to whet the appetite of the massive audience inside Jam World with songs such as Revolution, Trying Man and World Peace.

"Performing at Sting was very exciting, I only got to do three songs, but the people showed me a lot of love. I had planned to do a longer set, but that's how it is sometimes at major events like Sting, there were a lot of other artistes on the line-up. I have to big up the fans for giving me such a warm reception, every time I perform on Sting its always good. I'm looking forward to being there next year again."

A few days later, Nature was able to perform a longer set at Cream Of The Crop in Ocho Rios.

"The response from the people in Ocho Rios was awesome, I was able to spend more time onstage and connect with the people. I did songs like No Guns Around, Revolution, Trying Man, World Peace, and I also did a Garnett Silk medley" he said.

Nature says he is looking forward to even greater success in 2014.

"Last year was a very good year for me. I made a lot of strides musically and I plan to achieve even greater things this year."

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