Nateesha Stream drops EP - New Roots

Nateesha Stream drops EP New Roots - Reggae singer Nateesha Stream who has seen an increase in popularity since her cover version of the Angela Bofill's classic R&B hit 'Tonight I Give In' is about to drop her first ever EP "New Roots".

The EP, produced by Hopeton Brown and Franz Richards for the Nyah Bless Music label, was released on June 8th and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital Distribution.

Here is preview of Nateesha's New Roots Ep below...

Music video by Nateesha Stream performing Tonight I Give In. Hopeton Brown

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