Rad Dixon's Times Are Hard passes million mark in YouTube streams
Rad Dixon

Reggae singer Rad Dixon is having the time of his life in music as he celebrates yet another milestone in his career.

His single Times Are Hard, featuring Luciano, which is the lead track from his debut album, Hard Times, has received over a million streams on YouTube.

"We are now living in an era where streaming is one of the most popular ways that people consume music. So, to achieve a million hits on YouTube is an awesome achievement because this shows that people are listening to my music. I am very grateful to everyone who's streaming my music on YouTube and other platforms," he said.

Rad Dixon is currently gearing up for the release of a new single Jah Lives featuring Anthony B which is scheduled to be released on November 3.


"This is a very powerful song, and I am sure its message will resonate with the lovers of conscious reggae music worldwide. I am looking forward to its release because I know it's going to make a positive impact on the hearts and minds of the people," said the artiste.

The Manchester-born singer is currently also working on an EP which is slated to be released early next year.

"This project is coming together smoothly. Most of the tracks have been recorded already; we only have a few more to go to complete it. I have to big up my label and management team, Tasjay Production for always believing in me and supporting my career; this going to be another awesome production," said Rad Dixon.

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