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Dancehall/Reggae duo RDX continues to raise their musical stock outside the Jamaican shores with yet another duet of performances in the South American state of Guyana


The duo fresh off their successful Europe tour was off to Linden, Guyana soon afterwards where they pulled out the biggest audience in over 5 years and had the large diverse gathering latching on to their every word.

'Deliver Me', an anti- badmind song produced by Ballaz Prod. on the Style & Swagger Riddim, is a huge hit in Guyana, and blended with their previous hits 'Bend Over', 'Any Gyal', 'Skip' among others, RDX presented a show like no other.

And the following weekend they were off to the capital Georgetown, where over 10,000 patrons turned out to catch a glimpse of one of the most exciting acts in the Dancehall arena.

RDX accompanied by dancer Bermuda Kid did not dissappount, once again launching into hit after hit, engaging their audience with another energetic performance.

It is very apparent that the Guyanese Dancehall fans have fallen in love with the colourful duo from Kingston, Jamaica.

Renigade: "Guyana have a vibes, its feels so much like home, and the people really know how to have a good time"

The team of Renigade, Delomar, Bermuda Kid and Road Manager DJ Krush returned to Jamaica and headed straight to the Krushproof studio to record new material in preperation for what they anticipate will be an even more active 2011.




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