@DMedzMusic Lauded For Positive Lyrics, Continues To Empower Youth

Recording Artist D-Medz has yet again released the visuals for a new positive Reggae jam. The Artist who is known for singles geared at youth empowerment has been getting great reviews with the new video and single ‘Nuh Falla (Bad Company)’ on the ‘Real Rock Riddim’. The video was shot in May Pen, Clarendon where the Artist resides, and Porus, Manchester.

D-Medz who is signed to EppJam Production has been creating a buzz in Reggae for quite some time. He received great reviews after his performance at Rebel Salute earlier this year and again at Reggae Sumfest in Catherine Hall, Montego Bay. The Artist, known for singles such as ‘Champion’ that was used as a theme song on the youth empowerment programme ‘Talk Up Yout’, ‘No Vote’ and ‘Rebel Souljah’ from his Empower EP, has kept within this belief in encouraging youths through music.

The ‘Champion’ Artist was met with open arms and words of encouragement by the Hon. Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sports, and the Most Honourable Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica back stage at Reggae Sumfest after his big performance. He said “My music is about positivity and I encourage other Artists to strive to release music with similar content”.

D-Medz is now on the promotional trail for his new single. He can be followed on Instagram and Twitter @DMedzMusic and on Facebook as D-Medz Adams.





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