The song that was produced and released on the Downsound imprint is reminiscent of such musical gems as Jimmy Cliff’s I Can See clearly Now and Buju Banton’s Till I’m Laid To Rest. Nature said the idea for the song came about in a very natural way.
“The way we came up with this song was just so natural, Gramps and I were in the studio holding a vibes and the next thing you know we find this tune, it’s just one of those things that happens when talented people come together to do Jah works,” said the artiste.
Nature said since the song has been released he has been getting a lot of positive feedback from members of the public and industry insiders about it. “Everybody love this song, I’ve been getting a lot of positive comments from people about it.”
Nature recently delivered a spellbinding performance at the To Mom With Love, Mother’s day showcase that was held at the LIME Golf Academy, which was headlined by American R&B icons the Manhattans and Rose Royce. He wooed the large audience in attendance with original material such as Mama You Save Me, World Peace, Trying Man along with renditions of Dennis Brown’s For You, Garnett Silk’s Mama Africa and Tracey Chapman’s Revolution.
During his performance members of the audience could be heard commenting about the quality of his performance. One person was heard saying that his movements on stage during his delivery reminded him of the legendary reggae icon Bob Marley.
Nature is currently in the studios working on a number of other recordings as continues to work towards the completion of his first album for Downsound Records. He’s also scheduled to return to the US in a few weeks time for a series of concerts in New York. The music video for his cover version of Revolution is currently in the number one spot on the CVM TV HIT List Reggae Chart.