Load up yuh cutchie full, give thanks, and pray for Jah Guidance, then listen to Natural Black’s latest works on King Jammy’s production titled "Jah Guide." Natural Black just can’t help but shine as his songs are inspired by the Most High God, Jah Rastafari, and through his Imperial Majesty’s guidance he has crafted another solid album for your roots, and conscious dancehall listening pleasure.
What impresses me most about Natural Black, (besides his singing ability), is his overall devotion to Rastafari spirituality, and Reggae music. A devotion that brought him to Jamaica from his native home of Guyana. A small South American country whose coastline is part of the West Indies. Guyana rests between Venezuela to the west, and Suriname to the east. Born Mortimer Softley, Natural Black has some big songs in the Jamaican dancehalls, as well as the dancehalls in Guyana and South America, Europe, and North America.
Hits like "Far From Reality", "Nice it Nice" and