Nauseouss speaks on value of money
Nauseouss

Nauseouss recognises the value of money as a force that connects people, cultures, and nations in a global economy as shown in his latest Money Money.

"I sing about money because money is the common denominator; it connects us all. We all need money, it speaks a common language that everyone can understand. The Bible says 'the love of money is the root of all evil'. But that is a misunderstanding, without money, nothing is possible," he said.

Money Money was self-produced and released in November 2022 on his 7 Seal Entertainment label.

"The feedback I am getting from this song around the world has been great. The video has been added to major video channels all over the Caribbean," he said.

He plans to release several singles in the year 2023.

"I will be dropping more music with videos through my label featuring different genres of music like trap, dancehall and Afro-dancehall this year. I am thinking about compiling an EP at the end of 2023, but only if the moment is right," he said.

The artiste, whose real name is Simon Whyte, grew up in August Town where he attended Hope Valley Primary. He excelled at football and got selected to play for the Jamaica Under-15 national team before migrating to live in Queens, New York, in 1999.

Eyes Can See, his first song, was released for Nigeri Records on September 11, 2020.

His other songs include Guide Over Us and Special Attention.

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