NEW MUSIC: 'The Questions" from Reggae Artist Prestige
PRESTIGE ASKS 'THE QUESTIONS'
Roots Reggae artist Prestige has questions about what's happening in the world today - and with his knack for writing stinging social commentaries, coupled with creative delivery "Questions" has been making its way onto Reggae airwaves around the globe.
These are some questions and I really need some answers now/ when the youth them need to progress will you show them how...what you gonna do now that crime is on the rise/what you gonna do about the gun them pon them side/will you try to eliminate crime/you think this is the time...
"The song really speaks for itself you know," Lauriston 'Prestige' Bruce said. "Is really just a song for people to listen to, listen to the words, and consider the message that I'm trying to send though my lyrics and to reach the people."
"Questions" is another socially conscious and eye-opening single in Prestige's growing catalogue of music. Already, the artiste has released several notable singles including "Dem Wrong," "My Pride," "We Nuh Trust Dem," "Miss you Mama" and crowd favourite "She's Mine Tonight."
Prestige lists his love for music as his main and strongest motivating factor to his success as a performer. His tenacity, which he said is inspired by people like Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, Dennis Brown, and Kenny Roger, keeps him in high demand in the Caribbean islands and major cities in the United States.
Prestige is available for Fall/Winter bookings in the United States; for bookings and more info, contact Tasz Smith of Triple T Production, (917) 617-0874 or firstname.lastname@example.org