RDX eyes hit with 'Shake Your Bam Bam'
Dancehall duo, RDX, has released their first single from their 10th-anniversary album, 'Level Up', slated for release this August.
The single Shake Your Bam Bam is considered slower than many RDX tracks, an intentional design of the artistes.
"We want a wider range of females to be able to 'shake their bam bam', from 18 to 80. It's not meant for acrobatics, as your typical high-energy RDX song is. It's more a groovy vibe, every lady who have a bam bam will be happy to shake it to this song," Delomar said.
Already the single, written by RDX and produced by their label Apartment 19 Music, has become a commercial hit on main stream radio and online platforms.
The song was inspired by global reggae hit, Bam Bam, popularised by Sister Nancy.
The success of the single is a major move towards the evolution of the RDX sound over their 10-year journey.
"With our travels across different nations and cultures comes the gathering of experience over the years. The changes are subtle but important. For our first few years in the spotlight, we did only dancing songs. The RDX of today is more varied, more lyrical, and we have mastered the art of making feel-good music," Renigade added.
He said that since the duo's Bang single in 2016, they have not dropped another 'girls' song'.
"So the ladies eating this up! It's hardcore but at the same time clean enough to be enjoyed, by all, regardless of age, race, class or background, every female can relate," Renigade said.
The official lyric video for Shake Your Bam Bam is now on
RDXVEVO on YouTube. The official music video is in pre-production now, and the single itself is available for pre-order in digital stores.