Noah Powa “Greener Grass” Reaches Top 20

We have all heard of a saying “The Grass is always greener on the other side.” Grammy nominated Jamaican and Reggae artist Noah Powa, released his single “Greener Grass” on December 31st. The catchy Reggae anthem has reached the U.S. iTunes Top 20 Reggae charts.

Powa throughout the years had become more recognized within the Reggae community. In his new single, he shares with his fans and the world a message of knowing your value and having “self-worth” while being in a relationship with someone else.

He begins the song by saying, “Self-worth is the best worth, love yourself first. Don’t still get hurt.” Powa on social media has opened up to his fans with this song about starting the new year getting out of a toxic relationship. In an interview with South Florida Caribbean News, Powa explained the message of his single, “Sometimes you might feel less than because your partner is stepping out to what might look like greener grass, but you just have to know you are still valuable.” 

Fans quickly connected with his new single on a personal level, Powa has not announced whether there will be a music video coming soon. This may be a teaser for his fans.

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Monique Barrios

I am a broadcast journalism major at Cal State Fullerton. I plan to graduate in Spring 2021. I would like to work in entertainment and sports networks as a TV host. I had the opportunity to do a live segment covering the Oscars for a news program I was a part of at school. I also have experience broadcasting on the radio at my school’s radio station. What I enjoy most about my major is being able to interview different people, I believe everyone has something to say, a story to tell and you can learn something new from every story. The different programs I have been a part of have inspired me to plan to create my own show on YouTube in the near future. Also in the future, I would like to write my own book. Outside of school, I really enjoy singing, acting, painting and playing volleyball.

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