He goes by the slogan, ‘Wesrok the best rock’, and members of the media, fans and well-wishers had a firsthand experience of ‘the best rock’, as Country-Reggae singer Wesrok, real name Percival Buddan, delivered songs from his seven-track EP titled ‘Look At Me Now’.

Wesrok, who launched his latest EP at Big Yard Studios in Kingston, engaged in media interviews and photo ops, while mingling with all who came out to see what he had to offer.

The event culminated with Wesrok taking the stage, armed with backup singers, and backing band, as he delivered an energetic set performing songs like ‘Born as A Winner’, ‘Cover Me Jah’, ‘Jamaica Land’, and ‘Poor Country Boy’.

 Wesrok’s performance, which can be found on his VEVO page and on YouTube, has been raking in the comments, as fans were mostly pleased with the musical offering.

One person commented, “excellent work bro, keep it up”.

Comments have also been pouring in under the video for ‘Born As A Winner’, as one person expressed, “Loving the music…flow always intact.” Another said, “Nice song. Solid vocals. Nice instrumentation. Clever lyrics”.

The singer in closing out his performance, urged everyone to go out and purchase his new EP, “because I want this to reach out to all people across the world… Wesrok wants to share love with you always”.

Wesrok’s latest EP, ‘Look At Me Now’, is now available on all major streaming platforms worldwide, and the singer is now focused on ramping up his online presence and promotions, as we head into the summer.

“I want to focus on a collab with one or two influential artistes and to plan for a few charitable events,” said Wesrok.

So far, the responses have been favorable, as Wesrok has been getting rotation from a few of the small online radio stations on Twitter, and the official music video for his single, ‘Born As A Winner’, has so far amassed more than 85,000 views.

 “I am encouraged by the responses and I know the journey has just began,” said Wesrok, who also hopes to start doing some public performances soon, both locally and abroad.

The seven-track EP has also been receiving local media support, as the fast-rising country-reggae artiste has defied the odds, as a country-music singer coming out of Jamaica and is even hailed as someone who could potentially become a brand ambassador for the genre.

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