RDX Explore New Horizons With Current Songs

International dancehall duo RDX had been spending extended hours in the studios working on various new projects. The eccentric musical brothers have been spreading their musical wings with songs not typical of the usual high energy that fans have grown accustomed to.

Songs including Put it on you for Krushproof Music and Champion Sound for Blaqk Sheep are just some of the songs that showcase the new horizons that the duo has begun to explore.

In a release to the media, group member Delomar said “RDX has had major success with songs that talk about dancing, girls and the whole party vibe and we will continue to feed those themes to our core audience. However we have never been shy to take on new challenges or explore new horizons”.

With this in mind the duo has recorded Murderer for the I-Strong label and The Hustle for Blaqk Sheep. These are two message oriented songs on slower, authentic beats.

Group member Renigade commented “This added dimension is not new for us as we have had success in our earlier years with songs like I Don’t Trust You and Friday.”

He added “Don’t be too surprised if we release a one drop album in the future from RDX.”

However party fans will not be ignored as RDX has a handful of dance grooves ready to whip up a sweat on the dance floors. These include songs such as The Bucket Song for Code Red, Tan deh for Bombrush Records; and Caribbean Girl for Ballaz Production.

RDX’s latest release Tuku Tuku is currently creating a huge buzz in the streets. It beat was created by beat boxer Mixing Lab.

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