Reggae singer Beres Brown aka JB broke onto the Jamaica music scence in 2010 when he entered the Digicel Rising Star Competition.
He however made a controversial exit from the competition. Since he exited the competition, his musical journey has been a rocky one.
Hailing from Central Village in St. Catherine, Jamaica, he is the brother of culture singer, Al Pancho (on his father’s side) Beres stopped his education after completing the Junior High school level at White Marl Primary and Junior High for financial reasons, but has made singing his full time occupation ever since.
In 2011 he found a musical home at Payday Music Recording Studio/Records. According to Beres after Rising Star he became a musical nomad, moving from recording studio to recording studio until he made the connection with Payday Music.
He said veteran dancehall artiste Bounty Killer was the one who encourage Payday music to produced his music.
Beres is now promoting singles such as Who Can I Trust, When I'm In The Streets and Evil Man. He also has collaborations with Alliance Next Generation artistes Iyara, Nymron and Venom.
Brown latest single "Nuh Loyalty" is getting favourable airplay in Jamaica and parts of Europe. Beres disclosed that he has plans to do a European tour because he has developed a fan base there.
In an interview he said "I have songs in rotation in Europe and that is where I want to go. I sing about fighting tribulation and sufferation. Payday is pushing me because him si sey mi have natural talent, mi not even write songs, mi just guh in the booth and it comes natural."