Dancehall artiste Nervz has faced personal demons, heartbreaking betrayals, disappointment and incredible odds in the blind pursuit of his musical genius. Now he feels compelled to share his story with the release of his latest single, ‘Too Far’.
“This song is based on the experience of this musical journey. There have been many ups and downs but I take them all as motivation. My life inspired this song,” the artiste whose real name is Michael Atkinson, said.
Since its release, the video has reeled in over 28,000 views in the past couple of days.
“This song is getting a lot of buzz in places like Barbados, Guyana, the US, and parts of Africa, it’s a great look,” he said.
The talented youngster will releasing a new 21 track mixtape dubbed ‘Street College: Born Hunta Edition’ later this year.
He is set to depart the island this week on a promotional media run in the USA.
The talented youngster will releasing a new mixtape dubbed ‘Street College: Born Hunta Edition’
“I might go 21 tracks because of just the amount of work I have been putting in at the studio, it’s a great look,” he said.
Over the past year Nervz has built up a decent underground following for his popular songs such as Brawling, Chappa Fi True, Polo for Days and Banga Tone. He has consistently released music on various digital platforms through a series of popular mixtapes such as Street College, Banga Tone, and Brawling.
Born in Kingston, Nervz grew up in the tough streets of Spanish Town, St Catherine and ever since his days at Willowdene High in St Catherine he has always been an avid music lover.
“I am coming to make a difference in the music industry, I want to make a mark,” he said.
His songs have been featured on numerous mixtapes. He has been working with Quantanium Records, best known for Jahmiel’s chart-topping single Gain the World. He completed a successful tour of the UK last year.
“I want my art and craft to reach the ears of the world. I want them to be appreciative of the music of Nervz,” he said.