Upcoming artiste Stream can’t wait to unleash her stuff at Reggae Sumfest set to take place July 19-25 at the Catherine Hall Complex in Montego Bay. Stream will be making her Sumfest debut on Friday, July 24, International Night 1. Stream presently has singles such as “Sisters”, “Holding On”, “I Love The Way”, “Come Away With Me”, “No Place Like Home”, “Tonight”, “Sailing On”, “Fuss Nor Fight” and “Holiday” featuring Gyptian which are receiving good air play.
“I can’t tell you how I feel. Imagine sharing the stage with acts such as Jazmine Sullivan, Keri Hilson and Neyo. It definitely will be an experience. I will be going all out to ensure that I deliver a solid performance,” the bubbly singer said about her upcoming performance.
The singer, who is managed by Steve McDermot of the Spanish Town-based House of Hits, is confident that her Sumfest showing will be a significant one in her career. “I performed earlier this year at Western Consciousness and received good reviews. Reggae Sumfest will mean taking my performance up a few notches and I am ready,” Stream said with determination. The artiste is also down to perform at Capleton’s “A St Mary Mi Come From” scheduled for August.
Born Nateesha Irving, Stream could easily be mistaken for a model, but music is what makes this girl happy. Her mission is to accurately represent female artistes in this male-dominated business and this conscious sister ensures that her powerful lyrics reflect her belief.