|Occupation||Record producer, manager, businessman|
Nasralla was born in Jamaica to a Lebanese father and Jamaican mother. He attended St. George's College, where he met Byron Lee, joining the early incarnation of the Dragonaires. A keen sportsman, Nasralla represented Jamaica in fencing, badminton, squash and football.
Through Edward Seaga he was introduced to artist management in the early 1960s, going on to manage the Dragonaires as well as The Blues Busters and The Maytals. He produced tracks by The Blues Busters and The Maytals which were released on his BMN record label.
He was involved in the Jamaican contribution to the 1964 World's Fair, choreographing ska dancers. In 1965 he formed Lee Enterprises with Byron Lee and Victor Sampson. He co-produced several recordings with Lee, including The Maytals' "It's You" and "Daddy". He also worked with Lee at the Dynamic Sounds recording studio. His contribution to the music industry in Jamaica was rewarded with a medal at the National Honours and Awards ceremony in the 1980s.
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