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Gold Up offloads 'Fly Down' with rising artiste Nadg

The production duo released a second single from the 'Teach Dem Riddim' with a new track featuring the Kingstonian artiste. Ding Dong will join the juggling

Nadg, just added to the 'Teach Dem' compilation

Rising dancehall artiste Nadg teams up with dynamic dancehall dou, Gold Up to release his new single titled 'Fly Down'. Experience the infectious beats of the 'Teach Dem Riddim' as Nadg's vocals blend seamlessly with Gold Up's prowess. An electrifying track embodying dancefloor energy, poised to captivate audiences.

The rising Jamaican artiste Nadg (Born Jermaine Johnson) hails from Waterhouse, Kingston, has been electrifying global audiences with his compelling music and lyrical prowess. Known for his unique blend of enthusiasm, humility, and adaptability, Nadg is recognized for his unwavering dedication and aspiration to impact the world through music. His chart-topping track 'We A Run E Grung' catapulted him to stardom, as it resonated globally and sparked a viral dance trend online.

Growing up near a music studio allowed Nadg to gain exposure to various artistes and create relationships with notable ones such as Spragga Benz and Renigad from RDX. Nadg's music, a fusion of various genres, reflects his diverse musical tastes. Inspired by artists like Baby Cham, Spragga Benz, Mavado, and Mega Banton, Nadg continuously pushes his boundaries. Primarily a dancehall artist, he's keen to explore and incorporate other genres into his music. Before his breakthrough in the music industry, Nad honed his skills as a barber, a craft he credits as instrumental to his journey. Through his music, he aims to address themes of injustice and motivation, intending to inspire change in the world. These evocative lyrics and themes of injustice and motivation are in songs like 'Give Thanks', 'Dat Nah Work', and 'Can't Stop Me Now'.

The artiste aspires to expand his global impact, much like the legendary Bob Marley. His aspirations extend beyond personal success; he aims to inspire positive change through his music. Nadg's journey from a skilled barber to a global music sensation embodies his belief that "the sky is the limit," a motto he lives by as he continues to inspire and make his mark in the world of music.

With their new juggling project; 'Teach Dem Riddim', the French-Candian Born-Jamaican Based, productions dou try to electrify the dancehall scene as they did with Laa Lee's hit single 'Bird'. They already dropped the first track in the compilation, the theme song, 'Teach Dem' by the rising sensation, Kaka Higflames. The next singles to be included in the project are by Ding Ding and Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale. they recently launched their latest project titled 'IDG1F' featuring dancehall diva, Jada Kingdom.


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