Jamaican artist Vadie offers a cautionary tale of consciousness in ‘Nuh Come Around’

In Reggae & Dancehall by Nick Russell

Delivering a smooth and lyrical tale of his life with a slick, modern reggae sound, ‘Nuh Come Around‘ is the brand new track from Jamaican artist Vadie. The potent and punchy beat works as an ideal back drop for his warning to be conscious about maintaining your own energy. Filled with good vibes, Vadie does well to deliver his message with a pristine mix and a groove worthy bass, and he treats us to the full range of his vocal abilities, effortlessly hitting all the high notes.

Vadie is the reggae project of Kingston, Jamaica born musician Vaughn White. While he was growing up, one of Vadie’s most significant musical influences was his father, Larry White, a veteran musician who played with the legendary Studio One Band. With musical influences from the likes of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Burning Spear, Garnett Silk, Vadie is determined to make a lasting impact on the world by making timeless music. Having launched his career in 2005, Vadie’s made great strides in the music business with quality releases such as ‘Never Lose My Medz’, ‘Elder Story’, ‘Greatness’ and ‘Marijuana Tree’. His latest release Nuh Come Around’ is a continuation of his authentic style and self-expression.