Nesbeth gets ready to launch “The Nesbeth Outreach” which will be a continous project that is designed to lend a helping hand to designated charitable organizations throughout Kingston. The first project will be put in motion in his hometown, Arnette Gardens undertaking some of the most pressing needs of the Charlie Smith Comprehensive High school in August. His concerns for this particular school derived from a conversation he had with the Principal, Mr. Dennis Kelly whom he paid a visit to discuss renting the schools compound for a children treat. Nesbeth was particularly impressed with Mr. Kelly’s hopes and dream for the future of Charlie Smith Comprehensive School despite the challenges encountered daily and the difference in Students personality and upbringing in a volatile community.
The Nesbeth Outreach will also be targeting elderly folks in Arnette Gardens. Plans are already underway for a “Health Care Day” where doctors, nurses and/or Health Care professionals is expected to visit “some of the older folks and do blood pressure checks, sugar, heart tests and common illnesses,” say Nesbeth. As time progresses and for the future, Nesbeth intends to render his assistance in this manner with hope of adopting an institution emulating his fellow artist/musician Orville ‘Shaggy’ Burrell. Nesbeth recently returned to the island from the Bahamas where he performed alongside Gyptian, Beenie Man, Jah Cure, Etana and Pamputae. Nesbeth’s “Drive By” single has hit another music chart in Kenya, “Junior Dread Top 40 Reggae” coming in at number 14.