Recording artiste D-Medz has caught the attention of the masses with the release of his single, ‘Champion’. The song, which is a part of a six track EP titled ‘Empower’, has even won the praises of the foremost black conscious international organization, the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). D-Medz added, “I have been receiving a lot of positive feedback for this single. For which I am extremely grateful.” This passionate 26 year old artiste, reigns from the town of May Pen in Clarendon. Previously a Dancehall artiste, D-Medz now believes that conscious reggae music is his calling; a calling that has resulted in the making of his greatest musical success, ‘Champion’. He shared, “This song is aimed at confronting the fast changing social trends that are challenging our traditional values”.
The release of ‘Champion’, has placed D-Medz high on the reggae charts, giving him many platforms to share his views. ‘Champion’ became number 1 on Stampede Street Charts, 13 on Ron Muschette World Reggae Top 20 Chart and 8 on Blacker Top 20 Video Chart. The song was also recently featured on several Jamaican radio stations including Irie FM, Hitz 97, Mello FM, Bess FM, Hot 102, Stylz FM, and the United Kingdom’s Vibes FM, Bang FM, Roots FM, BBC Radio 1 Extra and Beat FM. Fans have been going wild for ‘Champion’. One Facebook fan shared on D-Medz’s Facebook page, “Your song is really positive! Keep doing what you doing youth!” D-Medz is now preparing himself for a summer promotional trail in Canada to further highlight his EP ‘Empower’.