Sgt. Remo

NEW MUSIC & THE PREMIER OF THE NEW VIDEO!

There are quite a few things going on in the Sgt. Remo Music world right now! Where do we start?

Last week I was very glad to receive a great feature on Reggae RazSon DesertZion Sonora, an online radio station based out of Hermosillo, Sonora in Mexico. The radio station is online at www.zoom95.com and is a well established organization. Selector Misa who runs this segment reached out to me just two weeks prior. It’s really impressive how Reggae continues to grow in Mexico as dedicated selectors introduce Mexico to the full spectrum of Caribbean music while also promoting their locally grown reggae artists.

This week the official video for No Man Stranded is in post production. The footage for the video was filmed by Empire Soundz Studio in various locations throughout Jacksonville, FL. I am looking forward to seeing the final product. No Man Stranded has received a great response from listeners everywhere and I’m glad to be able to release this video to complement the release of the EP. The video will be premiered on www.sgtremo.com. The date is still pending! Stay tuned...

The Donkey Riddim album was released last month and features Remo Rankin’ (Fun Time). This was the first collaboration between myself and Cuartito de a Jah/TnT Records based out of Mexico City. Cuartito de a Jah is fronted by Selecter Joshua, founding member of Mexico City’s Hermandad Rasta (Rasta Brotherhood) Sound System. Hermandad Rasta traces its roots to 1997 and is the longest running sound in the city of 20 million. The 20+ song album features primarily artists based throughout Mexico. My song is one of only three by artists outside of MX. You can listen to and download the song at www.soundcloud.com/sgt-remo.

The Shepherd Riddim album was released April 20 by McPullish on the Charlie’s Records label. This is a killer album produced by McPullish and featuring some great artists including Tippa Irie, Chezidek, Jahn TI, Island Rose, Ken Serious, as well as some tuff dub versions by McPullish. It was a true blessing to be involved in this project. You can listen to the album at www.mcpullish.bandcamp.com.

It's pretty interesting as I look back at how much work I've completed recently with different producers including several from Latin America. I'm glad to have made the links with these different producers, radio personalities, and others in the region. Of course, my roots are in Mexico and it's a blessing to be able to share my music with the people of Mexico and the rest of the Spanish speaking countries. I'm still waiting to hear the finished Jahma Riddim album produced by REV productions from the country of Chile which includes one of my songs, as well as some work I just completed with Berlin based producer Don Goliath. Thanks for reading, listening, and keeping the link via the social media.

Bless!

Remo


 

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