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Osezua is an original and gifted reggae singer, songwriter, performer, producer and has been nurturing his talent for over 15 years. Coming from a family of Manchestonians in Jamaica, reggae music has played a great part of his life. He realized that singing was a major passion in his life as he use to jam along with his older brother playing the guitar. As he became a little older he learned how to play keyboards in syncopation with his extremely positive attitude towards achieving a level of success within the music industry.
He has a very marketable image, sound, professional business protocol and a loyal reggae following. His aspiration is strictly geared for greatness. As an independent artist he was able to manage and promote himself despite the obstacles one faces for standing up for the truth.
In person, Osezua a quiet, centered reggae artist that radiates warmth and his music resonates when he performs live whether at major festivals, smaller venues, or in a more intimate gathering such as clubs and theatres. His songs are favorites of those who love and admire music with a message. When performing the audience quickly come alive to the reggae rhythms and sounds.
In 1993 Osezua's earlier work "Judgment " was well received by the roots community. His next release "Lesson's Of Teachings" came out in 2003 with another the same year of "Lord Anointed".
The wait is over! The highly anticipated album from Chicago Music Award Nominee for "Best Reggae Album" Entitled Osezua The Reckoning features the song "Narcotic Rock” a 2009 release now available on all digital download sites such as ITunes, Emusic, Rhapsody and Amazon. The entire project is an original mix of riddims that is sure to please everyone! With the advent of the internet, Ozesua has become a global reggae favorite.
He has been privileged to have worked with and share the bill with some of reggae’s biggest names such as Inner Circle, Beres Hammond, Tony Rebel, The Meditations, Junior Marvin, Judy Mowatt, Rita Marley, Everton Blender, The Itals, Yellowman, Burning Spear, The Wailers and many others.
“I was given the opportunity to be able to perform a side some or reggae biggest names” said Osezua. As an artist I do not believe that I'm where I should be. I will continue to pursue my dreams and if it is to be, Jah will it for me, it shall become reality!" - - Blessings