Rre looking to 2018

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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BALANCING her corporate job and music has never been an easy task for Rre. But the singjay is determined to make a name for herself in the music industry.

“2018 is my year to really step outside of my box and work with producers all over the world. I am super excited and look forward to experimenting with my sound,” she said.

She is upbeat with the reception to Nana remix done with Ghanaian artiste Stonebwoy. They have been making plans to shoot a section of the video in Ghana and the remaining in Jamaica.

Nana remix has been receiving such great reviews in these two countries so the decision to shoot in both countries is ideal. I always think outside the box and I like having a high standard for my work,” she said.

Nana remix was released in October 2017 on the South Trade Records label in Italy and is now available on iTunes and other downloadable platforms.

Rre has secured the services of RD Studios for the shooting and conceptualising of the video.

“Between working with Stonebwoy and RD, I know Nana remix will give me the lead I need at this time. I am revamping how I approach my music; I am focused and ready,” she said.

With the success of Rev Out Di RR, featuring Devin Di Dakta; and Crazy in Love (Remix), featuring Mavado, she is now turning heads with her new cosmetic lash line Rre-Ality.




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