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Thursday, March 14, 2013
Re: Reggae Artist Prestige California Shows March 14-16th & Offers Fans New Exclusive Music Downloads
Reggae artist Prestigeis
offering his fans new exclusive music downloads. The artist is
presentely in the United States of America and will be performing on the
West Coast on selected dates. Prestige Upcoming Shows:
March 14th - 333 11th st, San Francisco, California March 16th - 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz, California
About Natural Prestige:
Born August 22 in
Clarkstown, Trelawney, Lauriston Bruce aka Prestige is a Lion who was
born to roar!!! From the tender age of 8 he began performing at
community events where he oftentimes competed in DJ contests with
contenders much older than him. Like most black folks, the church was
also a place for Prestige to use his voice, even for a short while, and
it also helped to hone his vocals.
1994 was a very significant year for Prestige because it was in this
year while DJing under the name of Presley (think Elvis Presley), that
he recorded his first tune called "Big Time Murderer" with Black Scorpio
in Jamaica. It was also the year in which he gave up meat and became a
vegetarian focusing on healthier living and a lifestyle of living more
harmoniously with people. One might wonder if this man makes strict life
changes within 10 year spans, because in 2004 Prestige started locking
his hair and decided to cut fish out of his diet and become straight
vegan. While Prestige is not a PETA advocate, he refuses to "kill to
eat" and lists Mother Earth and Livity - popular vegan spots, as
favorite places to eat when in Jamaica.
This versatile, engaging, and charming man hails from Portmore, St.
Catherine in Jamaica and likes to spend time with his two teenage
daughters, Ariana and Kay. Like most Jamaican men, playing FOOTBALL aka
soccer, is a favorite past-time. Writing tunes, recording in the studio,
and meditating are also high on Prestige's list of daily to-dos.
Prestige does not compare himself with other performers and says
"Everyone has a voice and they use it the way they can. I respect every
artist, but in the end it is up to the people to decide which artist
works for THEM." One thing you will never hear from Prestige is any
songs glorifying violence or advocating to "brandish guns" and Prestige
has some very strong things to say about the so-called "spiritual and
clean" performers who make it a point of duty to lace their songs with
phrases about "under women dis" and "big gun dat"...Not calling any