Rising Reggae talent Blessed hails from St. Thomas, Jamaica and by the time he immigrated to Canada at the age of twelve, he was already writing his own songs. Since that time he has never

stopped writing original reggae music. Blessed continues to top charts and garnish international attention. The Jamaica Star Newspaper’s story “Blessed delivers ‘irie’ EP” ran in 2020 and

stated, “Jamaica-born Canadian reggae artiste Blessed is banking on the success of his recently released EP titled Just Blessed Just Irie.”

Blessed has been nominated 9 times in the JUNO’s “Best Reggae Recording” category and has opened for artist such as Lauren Hill, Beres Hammond, Rita Marley, Alton Ellis, & Gregory Isaacs

to name a few. Blessed has graced many stages of festivals and venues with his upful, energetic performances.

His most recent release, “Black Man” , the 2nd single from the upcoming EP New To You has been on many charts and premiered on Reggaeville, watch the video here.

Blessed believes in the One Love philosophy, while striving to empower his fellow men with tunes like “Black Man”. The

Jamaica Observer Newspaper recently wrote, “Blessed speaks for the Black Man. TWO-TIME Juno Award winner, reggae artiste Blessed has thrown his hat in the ring in support of black people. His

latest song, Black Man , highlights the injustices being meted out to people of colour around the world.” The inspiration to write Black Man came from the current state of black people around the world. It seems as if the justification for killing us is us killing ourselves,” Blessed said. Read more here

His Sophomore EP- New To You scheduled for release in May 2021,contains 10 tracks of previously released songs as well as new unheard tracks. Blessed worked with Grammy-Winning Producer Walshy Fire

who Produced two tracks (“Money Don’t Grow Pon Trees” & “Herb Dream”) on the EP. The album will be distributed by Zojak Worldwide. It was titled New To You because even though Blessed got his break in

2001 he’s still considered a new artist to some, it also has to do with the previously released songs that most people are going to be hearing for the first time. The first single from the EP, “Herb Dream” was

produced by Walshy Fire & The Expanders was recently added to REGGAEVILLE’S “GANJA, WEED, HERB, CANNABIS & MARIJUANA” Playlist. His debut album Titled Blessed was released in 2010 by

Explorer Records/Universal Records.

The summer of 2020 brought forth “Elektra Riddim” from the Ontario-based music label, Explorer Records,X Seychelles’ production company, Dareal Thing Recordz. The Album featured Blessed and Superstar Elephant Man + more. Also, his song “Rise and Shine” with legendary singer Tarrus Riley also created a huge buzz in 2015. Click here to see a live performance of Blessed – “Love (African Woman)” – Live @ Jambana Festival, Toronto, ON – 08/02/10 -. He has fans throughout the world and has a steadily growing fanbase.

He has won and been nominated for many of his musical works including:

● 2007- JUNO nomination for Final Road under the Explorer Universal

● 2005 – JUNO and UMAC award for Best Reggae Recording for “Reggae Time”

● Nominated for a JUNO awards in 2003 for SMILE and 2004 for the single “Empty Barrels” Featuring Kardinal Offshall

● 2003 – UMAC award for Best Reggae Recording for “ Empty Barrels”

● 2002 won the UMAC award for Best Reggae Recording with the single “Can’t Say NO More”

● In 2002, he received critical acclaim for his break-out international urban hit “LOVE” (African Woman), which earned him a JUNO for Best Reggae Recording

● Nominated for three Prestigious JUNO Awards: 2017 for “Cry every day” in 2018 for “Hold up slow down” and in 2019 for “Money Don’t Grow Pon Trees” produced by

Grammy awards winner Walshy Fire.

He has performed at:

● Canadian Reggae Sunfest

● Jamrock Music Festival

● Jamaica House [Headliner] in Whistler B.C for the entire month of February 2010 during the Winter Olympics.

Blessed’s unique life experience and spirituality synergize with danceable rhythms and conscious lyrics. Watch his interview on Rogers TV,, “Talk to Me interview with Reggae Recording of the Year artist, Blessed” here

He’s currently working on several projects and is in high demand for local and international events and musical features.