Readda Man eyes success

Saturday, May 12, 2018

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FAST-RISING deejay Readda Man continues his musical journey after the Magnum Kings & Queens competition with his single Look Ina Mi Ball .

Produced by Iclips Records on the '90s Throwback rhythm, it was on all digital platforms on April 25 and is being distributed by Zojak World Wide.

Readda Man said the single is gaining traction on social media and in the streets.

“The song has been building momentum on social media and I am pleased with the overall reception of the track thus far. My fans are very supportive and I will be releasing the visuals behind the track in coming months,” said Readda Man.

Born Tareece Binns, Readda Man says 2018 will be his breakout year.

“The competition gave me a lot of attention I needed as a young artiste. I have perfected my craft and I am positive that my new strategy will give me my big break,” he shared.

Readda Man has a lot of projects in the pipeline and is gearing up for the release of his mixtape.

“I am definitely looking forward to great things based off the receptions I have been getting from way back.

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