Naaman Dropped His Latest Project ”Time is to Rebel”

Twelve-year-old Naaman never looked back after falling-in-love with Reggae music when he was first introduced to the late great Bob Marley sound and image who impacted him forever.

Now, he firebrand as one of Reggae’s emerging acts on the European scene who grew an amazing fan base over the world. The French native navigated in finding his unique sound by consistently working on his craft musically. With music influences coming from Gregory Issac, Fantan Mojah, Lutan Fyah, Sizzla, and Capelton, he knew he deems a space in that top tier arena.

As you know Jamaica is the mecca of reggae music and intriguingly enough Naaman found himself recording his first album nowhere else but in Kingston Jamaica at Harry J studio.Before that, Naaman had no intention but to visit and tour the island he grew up loving but, unexpectedly while in Jamaica he got a great opportunity with a French label to work on his first project ‘Deep Rockers’ . Naaman expressed how amazed he was working along aside so many music professionals and that it was a dream come through for him, especially working with veteran producer Sly from Sly & Robbie.

With three albums in, Naaman the singer, songwriter and label owner gain a gold record in his right achieving more than 500,000 cumulative followers on streaming platforms, and more than 100 million views on various clips, between India and France. The pandemic didn’t stopped him because dropped a new single and “Time is to Rebel” that he is currently promoting and with the pandemic going on he is unable tour but that’s not stopping him to share his music and video.

Check out his video & interview below.