Reggae artiste Nesbeth is said to have received death threats in the United Kingdom where he is now on a tour.
According to Nesbeth’s publicist Raymond ‘Shadow’ Small, the threats are aimed at the artiste, his children and management.
“I am very disturbed by the whole ordeal and extremely concerned for the safety and lives of my team and especially my children,” Nesbeth said in a media release issued today.
The My Dream singer was reportedly sent the death threats via several voice notes to the phone of his U.K-based manager, Shanika Dobson.
According to a media release, the persons sending the threats said “no matter where they are or try to go they are going to be killed”.
Nesbeth was booked to perform at concerts in London, Birmingham and Luton. However, he did not perform at one of the shows due to what his management team describes as major contractual breaches.
Nesbeth is slated to return to the Jamaica later this week for assignments in New York and Toronto Canada over the Labour Day weekend.
Just a few months ago the devil is a liar singer lost his wife, mother and sister from a mysterious illness. His wife died in the USA while his mom and sis died in Jamaica.
Nesbeth and his pretty wife in happier times before sudden illness took her life.
Jamaican reggae artist Nesbeth grew up in the urban Arnett Gardens neighbourhood of West Kingston on the island of Jamaica, referred to as “The Concrete Jungle” because of high crime rates and widespread economic hardship. Throughout his childhood, music was the sun in his life, and his curiosity about using it to communicate and to offer comfort to himself and others grew as he began to experiment with recording and discover his own voice.
He recorded his first single, “Reflection Of Love” in 1993 with singer Camera and since then has gathered an impressive list of accomplishments, both on his own and alongside other talented artists on stage and in the studio. His music has been released by labels such as Jack Scorpio, No Doubt Records, Down Sound Records and Shocking Vibes Production, a company that produced Nesbeth’s beloved single “So Let It Be” in 2002.
In early 2007, he was introduced to renowned music producer Flava McGregor, with whom he has recorded well received songs which offered hope to people vulnerable to a culture of violence and uncertainty, such as “Board House” and “Guns Out” just to name a few.
Each of his songs illuminates the animated, emotional layers of his resonant voice along with his ability to create striking melodies and improvise on unusual international rhythms.
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