D-Medz rocks on old school rhythm


November 10, 2016

Reggae recording artiste D-Medz has brought back the flavour to the 1967 classic reggae rhythm, Real Rock, with his new single Nuh Follow.

Real Rock is an instrumental that was produced by the legendary Coxsone Dodd at the famous Studio One Recording Studio, and is dubbed the one of the most popular reggae rhythm of all time.

The rhythm features reggae greats such as the late Dennis Brown, Coco Tea, Sizzla, and Michigan and Smiley.

"Real Rock is one of the foundation rhythms of reggae music, and I felt the need to make my contribution," D-Medz said.

Nuh Follow is the artiste's first single off his mixtape, titled From A Boy To A Man. It has been making waves both locally and internationally for D-Medz since being released in May.

The single, which was produced by Rural Area Productions and EppJam Productions, has hit several local charts and has resonated in the minds of several young people.

"I love the old-school rhythms, and I remain convinced that music should have positive messages to help mould the future generation," said D-Medz.

In addition to Nuh Follow, D-Medz has also released Pretty Little Flower and Press Button Boy, featuring Sizzla.

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