Up-and-coming reggae artiste Anue Nahki believes in the facility of positive music.
“I have been drawn to music from a really tender age and as I grew up I developed an excellent love and fervour for music which inspired me to change into an artiste. Throughout my years of development, I actually have recognised that there is an excellent need on the earth for conscious upliftment and enlightenment. The people need positive music to guide them out of the darkness,” said Anue Nahki.
“Numerous people will let you know it is time for a change but they sit down and do nothing to effect that change. A really clever man once said, ‘You could have to be the change that you should see on the earth’, which is why I only record positive music. Positive music may also help to heal the world,” he continued.
The Rastafarian deejay, who’s trained in logistics, describes his musical style as a mix of Afro-Caribbean roots-reggae.
“I’m a deejay but my music is different within the sense that it is not straight dancehall or reggae. It is a mix of all of the music that I have been exposed to as a young man who grew up within the Caribbean. It also embraces the philosophy and teachings of Emperor Haile Selassie and Marcus Garvey,” said Anue Nahki.
Anue Nahki is currently promoting a new single titled Real People, produced by Future Youths Productions and released on August 12.
He can also be working on an EP which he plans to release soon.
Anue Nahki’s given name is Ronald Chin and he hails from the parish of St Mary. He’s a past student of the Caribbean Maritime University.
He launched his recording profession in 2019 with the discharge of After I Rise on the Future Youths Productions label.