Esco Banton has again shown the world his creativity and ingenuity with the release of “Nothing Without,” the first single off his upcoming album – “Party and Love.” The new single, which is available on all digital streaming platforms like Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music, has been doing well since its release, garnering a good number of accolades from reggae and afro-beat lovers across the globe. The song has also been able to increase its number of views and the popularity of Esco Banton in a relatively short while.
The music industry has undoubtedly evolved over the years as several stakeholders in the industry use their creativity and ingenuity to provide amazing songs to quench the thirst of music lovers worldwide. Studies have revealed that music possesses therapeutic benefits, in addition to being a great source of entertainment. Unfortunately, many of the stakeholders in the industry have seemingly deviated from the true essence of making music, regardless of the genre. The case is not any different for reggae and afro-beat, with many of the artists failing to deliver thought-provoking yet entertaining songs that endeared the music genre to millions of people across the globe. This is where Esco Banton is looking to make a difference by somewhat bringing back the lost glory of the music genre, a claim that has been substantiated over the years and with the recent release of Nothing Without.
Esco Banton has taken giant strides to carve a niche for himself in the music industry, particularly in the reggae/afro-beat genre. His unique style of delivery and fantastic wordplay without giving up the message of the song has helped him to rank as one of the fast-rising music talents. “Nothing Without” is a further reiteration of Esco’s talents. Prior to the release of his new single, Esco had success with songs like “Shuwoop” and “Take A Ride,” which had a warm reception in Africa and Europe.
The Nigerian-born American artist started music at a relatively young age, winning several music competitions as a kid in Nigeria while also showing his fantastic talent as an actor. After surviving a life-threatening illness as a child, Esco landed in the United States and has continued to push his music, using his talent as a tool to inspire millions of people across the globe.
Esco plays Congas, cowbell, flute, keyboard, and harmonica. The politically sound and outspoken artist also speaks Edo, English, and Patua. Born into poverty and doing mean jobs to survive, Esco hopes to help in the development of the African continent, having a shelter home, and helping the poor and orphans.
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Country: United States