Jesse Royal Shows Off Six-Pack Abs After Early Morning Workout – DancehallMag


Jamaican Reggae artiste Jesse Royal is now endowed with a well-toned body.

The vocalist and songwriter posted a shirtless photo on Instagram yesterday, revealing his chiseled six-pack abs. It seemed as if the Modern-Day Judas singer had just completed a work out session because his orange-colored exercise mat was folded, and his dumbbells were on the ground beside him. He was dressed in black running shoes and an Addidas sweat pants.

He captioned the photo as “Nuh Lazinesss Round Here!!! Old Ways Can’t Open New Doors!!! Early Morning Vibes” #Fitness #NattyPablo #SmallAxe”

Jesse Royal

The popular singer received over 6,000 likes, including one from reggae songstress Lila Iké.

Industry counterpart Dre Island commented, “#NattyPaulo.” Upcoming reggae singer Naomi Cowan was also in the comments, and said, “Gainssssssss” with love-struck emojis.

“Show off,” Protoje teased. “Still a smoke mi marijuana till mi eyes dem red! #Avibe,” Jesse Royal responded in reference to one of Protoje’s newest releases, A Vibe, with American rapper Wiz Khalifa off his In Search Of Lost Time album.

“Chisel up deh doh. Pants wah dash weh. Short shorts sir!” DJ Sparkiebabyofficial begged.

Carnival costume designer from Trinidad & Tobago Keish Als chipped in too, “whew those dumbbells look mad heavy! Get it.” Royal expressed appreciation in response.

Actress, model & DJ, Gabrielle Davis stated, “big axe loading? Get dem Jess.” Iké responded to her  with “a problem man.”

Born Jesse David Leroi Grey, the popular reggae artiste, is known for songs like Natty Pablo, Cool and Deadly, Hotter the battle, Gimmi Likkle, and Lion Order featuring Protoje. He dropped his first mixtape, Misheni, in 2012, and a second, In Comes the Small Axe, followed in 2013. In May 2017, he released the single Always Be Around, which became a massive hit in Jamaica and made him an artist to watch among reggae fans around the world. In October 2017, he released his first album Lily of da Valley, which quickly rose to number one on the American reggae charts.

Royal’s last release was a mega collab with Runkus, Royal Blu, Kabaka Pyramid and Munga Honorable called, 5Gs.


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