Young artist gains steady following

Since his debut single Stap Wantaim Yu in February, Kid Nesian has very quickly gained a steady following across the pacific.

Taking this fame as the perfect opportunity, the 21-year-old has wasted no time in giving his fans a second single – Tamine.

Tamine means girl in the Kombe language of West New Britain Province.

Released early this month, Tamine has followed in the footsteps of the first single, reaching the other pacific islands.

As far as his taste goes, Brian Kepi (real name) brings his own unique flavour from PNG to the Island Reggae genre.

His style has often been described as “refreshing”, as he blends genres such as roots, pop, RnB, EDM and slight hints of hip hop to create his own blend of Island Reggae Fusion, according to his recording label CHM.

He has been projected as the next big thing in the Island Reggae music scene. Often compared to a younger ‘JBoog’, Kid Nesian brings a modern twist and edge that helps him stand out amongst other reggae singers.

His first single – Stap Wantem Yu – became a major hit all around the Pacific and is now gaining momentum in other regions of the world.

Kid Nesian’s Tamine can be viewed on

You can download or listen to it on


Gloria Bauai