"In previous years, when one party realizes the other is using a particular song they would stop using it because each party wants a song for themselves, but both parties went crazy over 'My Dream' unlike anything we have seen in Jamaica’s politics," the non-partisan entertainer told Billboard Magazine.
"In the ghetto you have to be more than strong to stay away from violence because there are more guns there than people," Nesbeth shares. "Political parties believe in divide and rule, but we have to decide whether to go down the pit or hold our heads high and survive.”
-He tells Billboard.
this is a bitter sweet moment to know that the hospital was only a few blocks away where my wife died and to see me return to the same space to do a concert weeks later took a lot out of me but nevertheless I have to be resilient and carry on the mission of uniting the world by allowing people to full fill their dreams.”