Jamaican country singer Wesrok broke new ground in August when he performed in Texas, one of that genre’s traditional stomping grounds. He is currently promoting ‘Perfectly Imperfect’, his latest self-produced song.
Prior to the shows in Dallas and Houston, Wesrok appeared at Trinity Fest in Poolesville, Maryland on August 5. That show also featured I-Octane and Nesbeth. For Wesrok, performing in the Lone Star State is one of the great achievements of his career.
“Performing in Texas is a dream come true. I grew up on country music so to perform in a state that loves country music is special to me. Especially knowing that I am blending country music with reggae,” he said.
His dates were at Heroes Lounge in Dallas and the Houston Reggae Fest. It maintains live show momentum for Wesrok who made his major festival debut in 2022 at Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay.
He describes ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ as “a mix of of Afrobeats with dancehall” and has been pitching the song through promotional stops in South Florida.
A former police officer, Wesrok grew up listening to what was once known as country and western music. Citing Kenny Rogers and Skeeter Davis among his influences, he launched his recording career in 2020 with the songs, ‘Looking Back’ and ‘Poor Country Boy’. Wesrok is scheduled to spread his wings even more before yearend with shows in the United Kingdom.