"I'm looking forward to representing my country and performing at the Guyanese Independence Anniversary in London," states Natural Black. "It's always wonderful to be embraced by the Guyanese community around the world and I'm proud to bring my brand of reggae music to everyone in the UK and pay tribute to my Guyanese heritage through my music." This prolific event takes place under the patronage of Guyana's High Commissioner to England, His Excellency Mr. Laleshwar Singh.
Natural Black has been experiencing a tremendous ride on the reggae wave, receiving a warm welcome from fans around the world since reclaiming his roots and taking the reigns of conscious reggae music. His recently released not one but five new singles - "I'm On My Way," "Natural Chronix," "Who Cares For Me," "Don't Play With My Heart" and "Party Truck." He recently shot music videos for both "Don't Play With My Heart" and "Party Truck" in New York City, and fans can stay tuned for those in the coming weeks.
With new music to share, the entertainer has been performing at stage shows, festivals and private shows, both at home and abroad. He most recently performed in Los Angeles in early April, and brought his show to the Tri-State Area, performing in New Jersey over the weekend (on April 28), where he thrilled fans with a wonderful and substantial set that lasted over 60 minutes.
Two of his current singles brought him the most forwards – "Natural Chronix" and "Party Truck." Much to the crowd's delight, he delivered with gems from his extensive catalog with tunes like "Conquer Dem" on the I Swear Riddim, "Just Like In The Movies," "Revolution," "Never Hurt You," "Wanna Tell You I Love You" on the Plane Land Riddim, "Nice It Nice," "Exalt His Name," "Nine To Five (9-5)," "Life Be The Same," new single "Don't Play With My Heart," and his monster hit "Far From Reality." Reggae lovers can see this vibrant, uplifting artist live in action on many upcoming international music festivals, including Reggae On The River on August 3, 2013 in California, backed by his full band.