Jamaican reggae activist artist Prestige has been promoting an anti-war agenda for over 20 years. Ever since the age of 8, Prestige – born Lauriston Bruce – has been DJing around his hometown of Clarks Town, Trelawny while crafting his art singing in church choirs. His career took shape in 1994 under the name Presley, when he recorded his debut track “Big Time Murderer” with Black Scorpio in Jamaica. Prestige worked with Flavor McGregor after that and released many big tunes including his smash hit “The One” on the Triumphant Riddim and “ Tender Loving”. Prestige has also performed ant many of the worlds largest Reggae stage shows including the legendary Reggae On The River and has done extensive touring in California. His most recent release is a single entitled “Ladies Man” is an uptempo dancehall track that speaks about treating women properly and with respect and love. Fast-forward through the millennium to today: now residing in Portmore, St. Catherine with a novel stage name, Prestige is locked and loaded to dispel his pacifist perspective onto the masses in the form of new music sung in a powerful voice that comes from his heart. With a full length album on the way for 2018 keep an ear and an eye out for Prestige on a stage near you.