Since starting his musical journey over a decade ago, Natty has since toured worldwide touching down in Japan,

India, North & South America, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe; meeting the people, collaborating with other

musicians and spreading his positive vibes.

Alongside this artistic expansion, Natty has also evolved as a man; becoming a father and taking various spiritual

journeys has aligned perspectives and strengthened his message. He is also involved with an orphanage in Gambia,

as well as various community projects in Southern Africa and London.

“Becoming an independent artist was a big step in 2012, and then travelling to Africa, Jamaica and other parts of the

world and getting in touch with the things that I was writing about,

but maybe hadn’t really lived and things that I couldn’t have imagined.

I spent a lot of time visiting Rasta elders, Amazon shamans, African spiritual elders and

sacred sites. My time in Africa also led to my becoming involved with the

To date we have built four schools and one orphanage that currently homes 60 children.”

•In 2017 Natty toured twice around the UK, performing in front of over 6000 people in total. The largest regional gig was a sold out Concorde2 in Brighton, many festivals in recent years include Glastonbury, Boomtown and Boardmasters.

• Previous TV Performance include Jools Holland, ITV News, BBC Glastonbury coverage, BBC Electric Proms,

Performed at world humanitarian day UN building NYC 2012, London Live 2016.

•Debut album (Man Like I) released 10 years ago

-UK top 20, Selling 48K physical, streams 9M on Spotify , also released in Japan where Natty had a No.1 hit song.

• Collaborations: include

Busy signal, Alborosie, George the Poet, Maverick Sabre, Nitin Sawhney, Akala, Tony

Allen, Baba Maal and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble.

Charity works:

-Patron of The Winch Youth Project 2009

-2013, Patron and co

-director of ERASE Foundation 2013

-present day (we own and run 1 orphanage, 4 schools, 2 community centre’s and 18 containers sent all over Africa)