Wesley Diamond gives end-of-time warning
Wesley Diamond

Wesley Diamond has a warning for all Jamaica as the world emerges out of a global pandemic — the worst is yet to come.

He delivers this sombre warning on Revelation 20.

“The [novel coronavirus] pandemic inspired me to write this song. The pandemic was just a sign, a warning of things to come. People think it’s over but is just a rehearsal for what’s to come...instead of unity, we have more division. The events of the past months — the high oil prices, the food prices, the Ukraine war and the coming food shortages — it is just greed, bad mind, envy and sin, similar to the Revelation 20 and the end of days,” Wesley Diamond said.

The single was released on the Jah Anointed label in April, while the visuals were released one month ago.

“We are in a time where evil no longer hides in the shadows; where bad-mind, envy and greed are consuming our world. Stop the greed,” he warned.

Born Wesley Allen, the artiste made his recording debut in 1989 with Run for Your Life, a collaboration with Hitman Wally. He has also collaborated with the likes of Skull Man, Sugar Slick, producers Syl Gordon, Call Me Shams, Jah Sno Cone and Big Yard Music.

In 2002 he recorded Gangsters, along with Shaggy and the Big Yard All Star. The song was featured in Cess Silvera’s film Shottas.

Wesley Diamond is also known for songs including Nah Give Up and Gun Ting featuring Kiprich.

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