D-Medz drops 'Pretty Little Flower'

October 12, 2016

Reggae recording artiste D-Medz has released yet another single off his EP, 'From a Boy to a Man'.

The single, titled Pretty Little Flower, is produced by Rural Area Productions and EppJam Productions. Pretty Little Flower has been gaining traction on the local scene garnering airplay from stations such as Irie FM, FAME FM and Mello FM.

The single was inspired by legendary Jamaican singer Alton Ellis. It speaks about celebrating the beauty and strength of women and seeks to motivate women to love themselves and be empowered to be great.

"Women bring life, they are beautiful and virtuous, so I had to sing something for the ladies who aren't always told how wonderful they are," said D-Medz, who is more popularly known for the hit song Champion.

Pretty Little Flower follows the previous release, Empower, off the EP which featured singles such as Champion, No Vote and Rebel Souljah, just to name a few.

"I have been having a great year. I performed on two major stages at Rebel Salute and Reggae Sumfest, and I am now releases singles off my second EP; this is truly a blessing," the singer said.

D-Medz can be followed on Instagram and Twitter @DMedzMusic and on Facebook at D-Medz Adams.

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