Natural Vibes adds flavour to One Up

Friday, May 17, 2019

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Natural Vibes is set to release his latest single One Up to Me Thing , today.

The song — produced by Orlando, Florida based Matt Stupid Genius — is distributed by VPAL Music.

One Up to Me Thing is a remix from a song that I released last year titled One Up. The ' One Up' came from seeing first-hand persons experiencing financial difficulties. The idea of ' One Up' is that we help each other and we all will rise one by one. One up to the world 2019,” said Natural Vibes.

Natural Vibes has been working with Matt Stupid Genius for about 10 years. He spoke about collaborating with the producer.

“We have been working together for over 10 years now. Working with him is like being at home chilling. We always have a great connection with the music and life itself,” said Natural Vibes.

Originally from Catadupa in St James, Natural Vibes began singing in the church choir at the age of six. He developed a passion for music and began writing his own music at the age of 14.

During his teen years, he formed a group called Gideon House Family. The group's members comprised his brother, cousin and a friend. The group performed at community functions and in different parishes.

About 15 years ago, he relocated to the United States. He first settled in New York, but he later moved to Orlando, where he has been busy making a name for himself on the reggae music circuit.

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