Reggae Artist Hed Redme Releases New EP Record “Inferiority Complex Girl”

Up-and-coming rub-a-dub kingpin Mississauga Hed Redme has struck his deepest groove on his 2012 EP album, “Inferiority Complex Girl,” new on John Lennon Records (SOCAN) Vg Lennon Records.

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Up-and-coming rub-a-dub kingpin Mississauga Hed Redme has struck his deepest groove on his 2012 EP album, “Inferiority Complex Girl,” new on John Lennon Records (SOCAN) Vg Lennon Records. Hed writes and performs reggae music with a modern sound in the tradition of such groups as Burning Spear and Third World. His voice is rich and deep in a Barry White baritone, but his upbeat themes and motifs are more akin to the likes of Sam Cooke or Bob Marley. He is responsible for several releases to-date, including “We’re All Alone,” published in the August of 2005, as well as a twenty-two song compilation album on which he collaborated with various singer/songwriters published in October of 2008. His single, “We’re All Alone,” has been played on Montreal radio and downloaded in the US, UK, Japan, and W.I. territories.

 

Hed performs vocals and guitar, as well as percussion, at live venues in Toronto, Canada, and Berkeley, California. He collaborates on a regular basis with such Toronto-based acts as Messanjah, Eddie Bullen, and Al Kussin. He has produced over one-hundred songs and published five albums. His titles include (but are not limited to) “Rock My Soul,” “You Are Changing,” “Saturday Night in Jamaica,” “Fantasy Love,” “Summer Nights,” and I’ll Be There.” The video for his single, “My Dana,” is available for download at http://www.vglennonrecords.com. Though it may not seem possible to record so much music and still have more to give, Hed’s storehouse of creativity shows no sign of dwindling. In fact, he is more prolific now than ever before, for which his fans are thankful.

 

With many fans of reggae thinking, “what has happened to traditional dub rhythm?” this EP serves as a wake-up call that Hed Redme has been a defender and powerful artist of Reggae music for many years and is continuing his musical crusade. Listeners do not have to travel to Canada, California, or Jamaica to hear him, however. Discovering his natural island rhythm is just an Internet search away.

 

-Sean McCauley

MondoTunes Staff Writer

 

The EP “Inferiority Complex Girl” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

 

MondoTunes (www.mondotunes.com) supplies the largest music distribution in the world and provides upstream services for many major labels in search of breakout artists. While most independent distributors reach only 45-50 retailers despite charging needless monthly and yearly fees, MondoTunes reaches over 750 retailers and mobile partners in over 100 world regions without any monthly or yearly fees.

 

ARTIST CONTACT INFO:

Address – 131 Bloor St. West Suite 200/Box 248 Toronto, Ontario M5S 1R8

eMail – info@vglennonrecords.com

website –WWW.VGLENNONRECORDS.COM

 

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