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Nesbeth hits #1 on Jamaica Music Countdown charts Featured

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Jan Bigs recording artiste Nesbeth has scored his third number one single with A Nuh Suh Mi Waan Live, which roared to the top of the Jamaica Music Countdown Charts recently. The song has held the pole position for the last three weeks, and is already vaulting up a number of overseas charts.


“It feels good to score another number one, that shows that the public
is really responding to my material and people are listening to what I
have to say," Nesbeth said in a release.

Nesbeth scored number one hits with 'Boardhouse' and 'Drive By', which
was also produced on the Jan Bigs record label.

Nesbeth also co-produced the single alongside noted upcoming talent
Conrad Clark for the St. Andrew-based Jan Bigs label.

The artiste, who blasted onto the local scene with his breakout hit
song Board House, has made a resolute vow to only produce high
quality, well-produced music this year.

"Mi just a go continue to do real authentic music and record real
positive music that can reach out to the people, I have found that the
production value is important to the longevity of your work, and I
plan to be around for a long time, so I have to spend the time to put
out quality work that can stand the test of time," he said.

Other recent songs such as Too Much and Can't Waste Nuh Time have also
been receiving favourable airplay on local and overseas radio

He recently returned to Jamaica from a show in Brooklyn, New York
where he performed alongside Ginjah, Tanto Metro and Devonte. He is
now busy in studio working on new songs as well as promoting his
latest single, Nuh Safe Again, on the Unique Record label.

Nesbeth is also expecting big things from his recent collaboration
with Kush Hunta titled Everyday.

"The song a get some good spin man. Is a real spiritual vibe wi a gi
off pon di track. It have a wicked punchline inna it too," he said.

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