Fast-rising Montego Bay, Jamaica-based recording artist High Medz (pictured) is determined to make his musical stamp on both the local and international scene. The 22-year-old entertainer, christened Randy Reid, is promoting his debut album, “Mi and Badmind Can’t Be Fren,” which features five hot tracks spanning over four genres.
One of the songs featured from the album is an eponymous song that is a dancehall single. The other four tracks include “One Gal: Me Love All A Dem” (Dancehall), “Girl I Love You” (Culture), “Music Bring Good Feeling” (Culture), and “Door Step” (R&B).
The songs are already online and raking in tons of views on popular websites, such as YouTube and Facebook.
Listen to “Girl I Love You” here:
High Medz, with the backing of his promotional team and manager Kurt Barrett, are set to do an official album launch at Sam Sharpe Square in MoBay on Saturday, May 3, where they will be handing out hard copies of the album.
Listen to “Mi and Badmind Can’t Be Fren” here:
The Trelawny-born artist discovered his talent for music more than 10 years ago, and through his days at Alps All Age in the parish, honed his craft to become the famed lyricists he is today.