Nateesha Stream gives in

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Friday, September 22, 2017

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I n 1983, American Rhythm & Blues singer Angela Bofill peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Black Singles chart with Tonight I Give In.

Last month singer Nateesha Stream released a cover produced by Nyah Bless Music label.

The Kingston-based Nateesha Stream has been singing for over a decade. She spoke about her rendition of the Bofill hit which has been generating a huge buzz on radio.

“This is a result of prayer. I always knew I had the ability and was destined for greatness. All I needed was someone who believed in me, and along came Nyah Bless,” Nateesha Stream told Splash.

Hopeton Brown, CEO of Nyah Bless Music, is excited about the feedback from the song and the interest in Nateesha Stream.

“I am very excited about Stream's accomplishments in the short time we have been working with her. Stream is a huge talent that can revitalise this industry. She has several songs to be released, but our focus now is Tonight I Give In,” she said.

Born Nateesha Irving, Stream is no stranger to music. Her uncle is famed 1980s deejay Tiger. She was a member of the female groups DA-NA-TE and Rastarines.

Her credits include background work on Gyptian's My Name is Gyptian album.

In 2008, she recorded songs for the House of Hits label including Fuss Nor Fight, In the Ghetto, Sisters and Holding On.

— Kevin Jackson




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