Hitmaker, deejay protégé on U.S. tour

Hitmaker, deejay protégé on U.S. tour

Produced by Sugar Bear, Rayvon, and Michael Prochilo, the pulsating Red Bull Riddim features 11 tracks of pure heat from dancehall legends including Elephant Man, General Degree, Tanto Metro & Devonte, and the producers themselves. The title track finds Sugar Bear (aka Mr. Stallion) delivering a deep, rapid-fire flow of seduction to newcomer Coralee, who prepares her suitor by sweetly responding “you gon’ need a Red Bull tonight.”

Rayvon, the Brooklyn-raised Barbadian singer best known for his string of successful collaborations with international pop star Shaggy (including their number one hit “Angel”), joins forces on the riddim with legendary New York-based deejay Red Fox for the scorching “Blaze Like A Fire.” “Red Bull” and “Blaze Like A Fire” are already getting bumped on radio stations up and down the east coast, so the artist / production team are preparing to close out 2018 with a full schedule of station visits and club performances.

“Big up all massive and crew. Can’t wait to bring the energy with this banging Red Bull Riddim, Gonna ‘Blaze Like A Fire.’ It’s going to be ‘Trouble Again,’ with the sweetness of a piece of ‘Sugarcane,” said GTC Entertainment boss Rayvon, adding a flurry of song references to his sentiment. He and Sugar Bear first collaborated on the 2017 single “Sugarcane,” which was also released on GTC (Get That Cheddar).

Originally from St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, Sugar Bear resides in NYC. “Nuff love and respect to everyone who has been supporting the Red Bull Riddim. Looking forward to hitting the road and introducing people to the ‘Red Bull’ song and the riddim,” offered the bear-sized deejay/producer.

On the Red Bull Riddim, the Caribbean transplants to NYC perfectly capture and blend the islands’ influence on the city soundscape.

The musical artists will begin their nine-day promotional tour in Atlanta on Dec. 5 on MAJIC 107.5 and end the tour on Dec. 15 in Boston, Ma on Jam’N 94.5. The tour will include a stop on Dec 13 in Albany, NY at the JAMZ 96.3 station.