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August 15, 2014
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Nature - one of Jamaica's top live acts


Downsound Records recording artiste Nature delivered an outstanding, critically acclaimed performance during the recent staging of 'Greatest Reggae show on Earth', Reggae Sumfest 2014, Montego Bay.

Decked in khaki, of a true Rastafarian soldier, Nature gave the huge crowd assembled for International Night One reason to chant, sway and rock on their feet with his high-stepping dancing antics.

He got forwards for Wasting Time and Hold On, before closing with his chart-topping World Peace.

Days later, Nature was again in amazing form, delivering a breathtaking performance at Elise Kelly's Liberation Segregation show in Priory, St Ann, August 1.

An accomplished entertainer, he gave patrons a wow moment with his superb vocals, so much so that one patron reported: "It was just an awe moment. nothing I have ever experienced before. Nature is so full of energy, and he never runs out of breath even when I did! He is one of the best live performers in reggae I have seen in the past 10 years."

On August 2, Nature performed at Ninja Man Taxi Operator's Appreciation Day, Turtle River, Ocho Rios. He delivered popular songs including a sample of a single from his soon-to-be-released album.

Over the last five years, Nature has delivered a string of brilliant concerts all over Jamaica, building his reputation as one of the top live acts, with fluid movements, impeccable delivery and acrobatic antics.

"I work really hard on building a set, not just to educate and convey a message, but also to entertain any audience," he said.

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