Dem Nuh Real says Nkosi

Saturday, February 03, 2018

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Emerging reggae singer Nkosi aims to add a new page to his narrative with the release of Dem Nuh Real.

Produced by Ireland Records, the track was released late last year. It is made available for purchase via VPal.

The single openly speaks about the two-sided nature of some people and he urges everyone to be careful of whom they put their trust in. Nkosi said that some of these people are oftentimes the ones we are closest to and this leaves us vulnerable.

The song is very relatable; people will hurt you no matter how genuine they seem sometimes. To be honest, this track is very personal to me because I have been in that situation,” he said.

So far, the feedback has been encouraging.

“It feels good to put out real music and being appreciated for it. I firmly believe in changing our nation by giving my people something positive to listen to. My music is a social commentary and it always embody positivity through a roots rock reggae sounds,” he said.

A video for Dem Nuh Real is in rotation and complements the song.




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