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Doing it Nature's way

Basil Walters

Thursday, July 03, 2014    

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NATURE, arguably the leading acoustic artiste in Jamaica, provided a fitting finale Sunday to the Ital Livity Expo at Twelve Tribes of Israel headquarters in St Andrew.

Featured act on the unplugged concert staged by Motherland Promotions, Nature lived up to the show's theme which celebrated benefits of a natural lifestyle.

During his set, the singer performed pieces relating to humanity, the Earth and environment. Among them were World Peace, Trying Man and Row Fisherman Row.

It was a continuation of dub poet RAS Takura's opening presentation which included pieces such as Stand Up and Check Yuh Life, Her Majesty Prison, Put Dun DI Gun and Mek Wi Farm Di Ground and Food War.

The expo displayed a diverse range of natural products and services (food, juices, clothing, jewellery, hand-painted items, personal and haircare products) which were on sale.

The third annual renewal of Ital Livity Expo was also a platform for entrepreneurs in the business of wellness, and reasoning sessions.

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