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Remi-Dean Ryan (Remi-D) is an Australian Hip-hop artist from Wollongong NSW now residing in Melbourne VIC Australia. Founder of Rap group Bluntz Kush Endo a 420 proud experimental group which broke up in 2016. After B.K.E was dismantled Remi-D went on to being a solo artist and studying at the Australian Institute of Music in Sydney, this is where he would go on to meet Bigg Vu and Jackson (Cherry Earhart) Grant who would soon become his business partners and fellow artist. After Co-Founding Run Records in Sydney he went on to follow his dream to move to Melbourne where he would then release his debut project Sedatives which majority of tracks would be produced and Ft. Bigg as well as two tracks with Cherry Earhart. Remi-D has opened for the likes of The Pledge Empire crew (an American record label) with Ced Linus as well as supporting and opening for Coast & Ocean and up and coming Australian legend. Remi-D uses his struggles in life with poverty, depression, drug addiction, and street life to motivate his music and his hustle mentality as well as bringing his love of multiple genres and history in the metal scene to mix with his crazy and comical personality to bring his own experimental style to his music. Remi-D is constantly adapting and is always working on new music following his 16 bars daily ritual.
Bigg

Review

Review by Remi-D Remi-D

16 Oct 2018

50

This track is subtle yet hard! Bigg has amazing flows and lyrics and a presence of a top chart artist. His charisma stands out in this track, from beasty bars to smooth harmonic chorus. This song paints a picture for the listener and captivates you from word go, and I'm not even going to go in on the amazing production value, you can check that out yourself.

This track is subtle yet hard! Bigg has amazing flows and lyrics and a presence of a top chart artist. His charisma stands out in this track, from beasty bars to smooth harmonic chorus. This song paints a picture for the listener and captivates you from word go, and I'm not even going to go in on the amazing production value, you can check that out yourself.

Cherry Earhart

Review

Review by Remi-D Remi-D

14 Sep 2018

50

This song takes me back to The Living End in the 90's mixed with Green Day.
It's a beautifully sad and emotional song, Raw Australian vocals with a special sound delivered perfectly through Cherry's honest demeanor which really makes him sound like no one you've ever heard, but with a familiar taste of one of the best era' s of music that'll hit you right in ...

This song takes me back to The Living End in the 90's mixed with Green Day.
It's a beautifully sad and emotional song, Raw Australian vocals with a special sound delivered perfectly through Cherry's honest demeanor which really makes him sound like no one you've ever heard, but with a familiar taste of one of the best era' s of music that'll hit you right in the feels.

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