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Nature releases three new singles Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 21 February 2013 21:49 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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    Downsound recording artiste Nature recently released three brand-new singles: 'I'm For You', 'Everything So Different Without You' (originally done by Billy Ocean) and a cover of Tracey Chapman's 'Revolution'. All three songs were produced by Downsound Records.  
 
According to Nature the release of these songs will give listeners a chance to take a deeper look at his talent and versatility as a singer.
 
"When I'm recording, I carefully select the songs I record whether they are originals or cover versions. I don't just sing any song; a song has to have meaning for me to record it. I chose to record Everything So Different Without You and Revolution because these are two very great songs and I really love them. I'm For You is an original written by me and it's a very good song. I believe all three tracks will help to broaden my fan base, both locally and abroad," said the artiste.
 
Nature, who recently topped the reggae charts in the UK and several other countries across the globe with the Downsound-produced hit titled Trying Man, has been busy on the live music scene in Kingston.
 
Over the last few weeks, he has delivered a number of impressive performances at events like Bob Marley Birthday celebrations in Trench Town and Reggae Wednesday at Emancipation Park. He also performed at the launch of the BAFTA Awards.
 
Nature's next big assignment onstage will be at the Linkage Awards which will be held at the Thornton High School in Mount Vernon, New York, on Saturday, March 16.
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