Jermaine Edwards Nothing Can

Jermaine Edwards Nothing Can
Jermaine Edwards Nothing Can
With Jermaine Edwards last single, “Hope In My Head“, being warmly received outside his regular music circles, the artist continues to spread his messages of motivation with his upcoming release “Nothing Can“.
The Nyabhingi inspired soundscape of the single is a step away from the usual, but is a welcomed change of pace and taste to his previous offerings.
Backed by his own Island Worship Band, “Nothing Can” is a soulful and honest song of faith that  will be fully appreciated by discerning Reggae and Dancehall fans who give it a listening ear.
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But make no mistake about it, Jermaine Edwards is still firmly rooted in his faith, and his musical journey continues to be guided by the purpose and principles that has made him a household name worldwide.
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