Natty Pablo is a artist been making music for more than 25 years, he was birth in a island call Jamaica in the city of Kingston nine miles away from the airport we called there east Kingston browns town community grows up around people of music influence such as count ossie n the mystic revelation of rastafari, his influence was also from a place called House Of Dread where in the likes of a Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer n petertosh, was among the rases.
In his own way of music he developed started out singing later on developed in to what they would terms a Dj doing the rounds as a artist performing all over the island among artist such as Brigideair jerry, u-Roy, Big (expired link) a lot of works for various producers, noted ones r sly n robbie, Solomonic production exterminater production, High Times- music now working out of Inna de yard music with the great Earl China Smith.
Known for being a leading force in reintroducing socially-conscious lyricism into the lexicon of modern reggae music while continuing the legacy of his predecessors, Jesse Royal returns with his new track “Natty Pablo,” bringing his unmistakable style and hook writing brilliance into 2020 with him. “Natty Pablo” is inspired by the many layers of Rastafarianism and the criticism it faced from the general public over the years, only to have come full circle with many of those same critics now following many of the lifestyle choices that Rastas have been advocating for years, from veganism to marijuana usage to spirituality and beyond.
Jesse elaborates, “The reality is that many Rasta have helped steer people in the right way with what they have received from Creation, helping in the advancement of the nation. It has nothing to do with illegalities or physical warfare. It’s all about good people who are sometimes nameless who have little or nothing but do so much.” Jesse uses imagery conjuring the Narcos (such as Pablo Escobar) to show how the public may view Rastas as criminals, but the reality he is showing – and that he lives by – is that Rastas are giving back to their communities in abundance. Rastas “ain’t nothing like the Narcos….” They are “smuggling the truth / giving to the destitute.”