Fired up from a successful Canadian tour experience, Reggae Dancehall Duo RDX is now back in the island ready to continue the work that they have consistently been putting in since the start of their ground-breaking career.

Packed with an arsenal of new songs and videos, they are gearing up to be the dominant force for this Christmas party season as they have done many times in the past.

The Duo has now launched on international video platform Vevo, the official visuals to the high energy girl’s anthem ‘Bum’, a track that has been gaining momentum since earlier this year.

Online audiences were already entranced by derrieres in the viral ‘Bum’ video released on YouTube, with the release of the official video on RDXVevo; new dance moves and stunts never before seen form part of what makes these visuals so appealing.

“Everyone knows the RDX rules when it comes to the tunes for the females, hands down we are the best at it, we aim to always keep our core fans happy even though we do other tracks that are more introspective and thought provoking” Renigade commented.

“People want to party, drink, dance and have fun, RDX music is fun music and Bum is the kind of track that will keep the ladies and the men who love them, Happy.” Delomar Added.

Already following on the heels of smash hits ‘Kotch’ and ‘Ride It’, ‘Bum’ is steadily becoming the next girls anthem from the Duo, The Video, Directed by the young and talented CAB Concepts, epitomizes the female form having fun and simply enjoying music. The editing itself enhances the already colourful visuals presented.

Fans can subscribe to RDXVevo on YouTube and view the brand new Bum video now, along with other RDX projects to be launched in a matter of weeks.

RDX will be releasing video projects for their thought provoking ‘Hel’l Single later this week as well as their ‘VSOP’ single produced by Chimney Records and their ‘Dancehall’ single produced by Apartment 19 Music in a few weeks.

The Duo is also preparing for the launch of their Soul Poetry Reggae Album set for an early 2015 release.