D-Medz encourages youths with new single


April 27, 2016
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Recording artiste D-Medz recently released his new single, 'Nuh Falla (Bad Company)', produced by Rural.

The single, on the 'Real Rock' rhythm, seeks to encourage young people to avoid peer pressure and embrace positivity. "Social media has shun the light on several negative practices being adopted by young people in recent times, so this single was released to encourage youths to refrain from following bad company and turn to more fruitful activities," D-Medz said.

The song is one of six new singles on D-Medz' new mixtape. "These singles all contain positive messages. I have always prided myself in being different and using my music as a voice for the youth," D-Medz shared. "With this new mixtape and the expected shows I am looking to be a part of, I am expecting a very productive summer."

The recording artiste, known for singles such as Champion that was used as a theme song on the youth empowerment programme 'Talk Up Yout' Tours'; No Vote and Rebel Souljah on his EP Empower, has always spoken to social issues and concerns of Jamaicans.

This passionate 26-year-old, who hails from May Pen, Clarendon, was a dancehall artiste but believes that conscious reggae music is his calling. He is an affiliate of EppJam Production and made a great impact with his Rebel Salute performance in January of this year.

D-Medz can be followed on social media @DMedzMusic on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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