Nature Silk to up his game

Saturday, January 12, 2019

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Reggae singjay Nature Silk recently completed a successful promotional tour of Florida.

“I visited Florida last October to promote my new singles and my upcoming EP. It was a great experience. I did a lot of interviews while I was there, and I performed at some club events,” said Nature Silk.

Nature Silk closed out 2018 with an exciting performance at GT's Christmas Extravaganza Stage show on Christmas Day. His set included songs such as Fling It In A Wall and Higher Level.

“I had a good time performing at Christmas Extravaganza, this was my 7th appearance on this event and as usual my performance very strong. The crowd loved every minute of it; they gave some big forwards, especially when I sang Fling it In A Wall,” he said.

2018 was a terrific year for the artiste, and he plans to take his career to even greater heights this year.

“I've put together a strong management team to deal with my career so I can focus on creating my music and performing. I'm ready to take my career to the next level, so I'm putting in the work. This year, I would like to achieve some new goals like performing at Rebel Salute and Sumfest.”

Nature Silk is currently promoting two new singles; a cover of Ed Sheeran's Thinking It Out Loud and Finest Lady; both songs were recorded at JKeyz Records and released on the Daniel God label last November.

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