Natty King

Kevin Christopher Roberts, aka Natty King is best known for hits such as ‘Mister Greedy’ and ‘No Guns To Town’. Believed to be one of the members of conscious music, he draws his inspiration from reggae pioneers The Wailers, Burning Spear, and his personal role model Luciano. The artiste admired Luciano, and his soulful lyrics of universal peace and one love, that he at one point called himself Lucie B covering some of Luciano’s best recordings.

Natty recorded ‘No Guns To Town’ and ‘Love Me’ on the Two-Miles label, which took off like a rocket sitting at the top of numerous reggae charts nationally and overseas. His follow up single ‘Mr. Greedy’ on Insight Records also went No.1 on the local charts. Incidentally, ‘No Guns To Town’ and ‘Mister Greedy’ videos were also No.1 on the Video Chart in Jamaica.

Since his emergence, Natty King has graced the stage of Sting 2003, East Fest 2003 & 2004, Rebel Salute, Western Consciousness and Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest all held in 2004. In all these shows Natty King showed the world that he had indeed arrived.

He was voted number one rural artiste for 2003, in Jamaica, he also copped the 2003 award in the Best New Entertainer category at the 23rd International Reggae and Word Music Award (IRAWMA) in Manhattan, New York, as well as the Jamaica 2003 Jamaica Federation Music Award (JFM) for Best New Singer.

Right now Natty King has one focus and that’s to be the best that he can be. He will be trying to pen more cultural songs and look out for the youths and the elderly people. He prides himself on being very humble and surrounds himself with people who have the right attitude, as he believes ultimately they can influence you.

The album also contains a bonus Video CD featuring the videos ‘No Guns To Town’ and ‘Mr. Greedy’. The cover boasts Natty King sporting traditional African jewelry, Rastafarian colored headband, with a copy of The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey book in hand. Inside the booklet, is a summarized biography of the artiste, photos and a list of tracks featured on the album.

There are four collaborations done with artistes Sizzla, Trinity (featured on two tracks) and Earl Chinna Smith). All tracks on the album were produced by Wade Brammer and Jimmy Ricks for Insight Records.


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