REMYND FEATURES HIP HOP LEGEND KOOL G RAP ON LEAD SINGLE “SAVIOUR” AND MUSIC VIDEO (@REMYNDER @THEREALKOOLGRAP)
(Miami, Florida) – Puerto Rican Hip Hop artist, Remynd features the legendary hip hop emcee, Kool G Rap on his lead single entitled “Saviour”. The single is seeing success on the college radio circuit as well as the Internet. Jessica Weber of Co-Sign Collective, is handling radio servicing and has reported that “Saviour” is #3 Most Added on CMJ Hip Hop, as well as debuting on RapAttackLives.com and RapNetwork Record Breakers charts.
The official music video for “Saviour” was shot in New York City by Jeremy Jackson (Foxy Shazam, Gwen Stacy), will feature Kool G Rap, and will release online September 7th, 2010.
Remynd will be releasing his debut album ‘Sex & Computers’, independently through his own label, Remynd Music, LLC on September 28th, 2010. In a day and age where themes grab the listener and viewer with pulsating sound and visuals, Remynd debuts an album which features the two hottest addictions in the contemporary age, Sex & Computers.
Remynd's rare bilingual delivery is quintessentially captured in the song, "What Did He Say" produced by the legendary Easy Mo Bee (Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, Alicia Keys), who say’s "Remynd came up with a real interesting record".
Sex & Computers holds the listeners interest without the usual crutch of featured artists, apart from one special appearance by legendary rapper Kool G Rap on lead single "Saviour". Recorded in the famous 'Legends Recording Studio' in New York City, Remynd pays homage to East Coast hip-hop while refining his own style and content.
About Remynd Born into a military family, Remynd treats his music like bootcamp: Aggressive and powerful, with lyrics over strong and tenacious beats; bound to carve a lane in an unpredictable industry. Having already opened up for veterans in the Rap game including KRS-One, Talib Kweli, The Roots and Ludacris, the Puerto Rican native hopes to become a trendsetter and, ultimately, a household name.
Also born during the emergence of Hip Hop, Remynd, traveled vigorously as a child due to his military father. Forced to find ways to cohere to the culture of Germany where his family were stationed, to attending twelve different schools throughout his childhood, Remynd’s fast paced life prepared him for the lifestyle of an artist. To escape the pain and sufferings of a war that could easily claim his father, the Puerto Rican native focused his efforts into perfecting his raw talent.
Music runs through the veins of Remynd, which is nourished by his Latin Jazz percussionist father who traveled the world performing and also had the opportunity to accompany Grammy-award winning musician Ray Baretto, the godfather of Latin jazz. For more information visit on Remynd visit facebook.com/remynd or myspace.com/remynd. Follow @Remynder.