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REMY IS READY TO RAISE THE BAR WITH NEW SINGLE ‘NEW HEIGHTS’ FT SWIZZ KHALEY

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The bar has been set higher than before, and REMY is ready to unleash his latest single, the hooky Hip Hop rap jam New Heights, featuringproducer Swizz Khaley. This single is the latest in his repertoire and is an uplifting song about being able to improve your own life and believe in yourself and elevating to a high life of money, power and fame.

 

“New Heights” Is from the forthcoming new album – “Views From The South”

 

Reitumetse Mamabolo (23), better known by his stage REMY is a South African hip-hop artist (rapper), born and raised in Soweto.

 

Remy’s musical journey started at the age of 15 where he was mostly influenced by artists like Drake and lil Wayne whom he still believes are the best rappers he has ever heard. He knew that he wanted to pursue rap when his English teacher told him that his essay writing skills were

Impressive and he has never looked back.

 

He also remembers free styling for his Grade 10 classmates and they went crazy over his lyrical abilities.

 

Remy released his first song (2013) titled “Never Knew”, followed by “Blacks Don’t Crack” and “Back Again” while he was still working with a then hip-hop group “Dream Gang” – a group that landed him street cred around his neighborhood. He then went on to release his demo tape of 13 Songs “December 5th” (2016) after the hip-hop group split.

 

The demo tape showcased his lyrical skills and it exposed him to a lot of different producers, artists and earned him a fanbase.

 

He then released a 3 song EP 2017 with the single “Nigga Like Me” seen by many as one of his best-composed rap songs.

 

New Heights is the latest offering from REMY and is definitely going to elevate him to the next step in his musical career.

New Heights will be available on all digital platforms 9 August 2019.

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