Robert Clifford Aymer - aka - Nemesis De Catalyst, although newly embarking on his music ministry, is no stranger to Gospel D-jaying or serving within Christian ministry.
In 1993, after seeing some of his friends give their lives to Christ, he accepted the invitation to attend a church service and later became a Christian. This period provided him with a real sense of grounding within his life and in Christian ministry.
He served in various offices, gradually moving up the ministerial ranks from lay person – to usher, to Youth leader. He led in various auxillaries, became a prayer chaplain and finally served in the pastoral office, assuming responsibility for a church which had branches in the Caribbean and the UK.
Having become a Christian, his ability to free style (in a reggae style) was noted by the leadership of the church and being in a church with a strong Caribbean influences he was often called upon spontaneously to perform his lyrics.
However, the work of the ministry remained at the forefront of his endeavors within the church and it was not until several years later that he took the next steps in pursuing his musical gifting and dream.
In 2011, after close to 20 years of ministry service Nemesis released his first album entitled Flesh Wars, which highlighted the conflict between the flesh and the Spirit, as found in Galatians 5.
He has now released a single from his new album entitled Still Standing Strong, an album which contains material from his early church days as well as more recent material.
Nemesis aims to take the same spirit of servitude and ministry from his years in church ministry work into his music in order to bring glory to God.