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February 6, 2014
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Nature delivers surprise performance in Negril

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Reggae singer Nature delivered a masterful performance last Saturday night in Negril.Nature was in town for the opening night of the 22nd Annual Bob Marley Birthday Bash at the MXIII Entertainment Centre. He decided to swing by the Jamaica Tamboo resort to show support for dancehall icon, Beenie Man, who, was doing a special concert at the resort on the same night.

"I wasn't booked for the show, but I went to show my support because Beenie Man is my bredrin from long time and I have a lot of respect for him. I was there watching the show and felt the vibes to perform. I asked Beenie Man if I could do a few songs before his performance and he agreed and spoke to the promoter about it."

Nature excited the crowd by performing a medley of covers including Hello Mama Africa, Come Back Home, and Revolution. He also delivered heartfelt renditions of his own hits such as Trying Man, No Gun Around, and World Peace, which went over well with the large audience at Jamaica Tamboo.

"The vibes was very good. The people were singing along with me during my performance. It was like a choir. When I left the stage, they still wanted more. I had to return for an encore. I have to give thanks to Beenie Man for allowing me to share the stage at his concert," Nature said.

Nature is set to perform at the 22nd Annual Bob Marley Birthday Bash tonight.

"I was originally booked to perform on the first night of the Bob Marley Birthday Bash, but the police closed it down before I could go on stage. So the promoters have added me to the line-up tonight. I plan to blaze a special fire at this show. It's a celebration of the life of the King of Reggae."

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