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Dubstep artist Rednek to feature in Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 and heading on world tour

PUBLISHED: 12:50 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:50 18 February 2013

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Producer turned dubstep artist Rednek has released a new EP ahead of his tour in the USA, alongside the award-winning MC Skibadee.

Rob D’Riche, of Goodmayes, who filmed his first music video outside the Exchange Ilford in 2011, will embark on a world tour to promote his new six-track record, 50 Shades of Red.

The former student of the Palmer Catholic Academy, Aldborough Road South, Seven Kings, said: “I’ve been touring around the world performing to thousands of fans chanting my name as I walk out on stage. The feeling was so intense.

“My video, They Call Me, which I shot in Ilford, has also been chosen as the official music for the football game, Pro Evolution Soccer 2013.”

The new EP, which is available now on iTunes, contains six “dance floor killers” featuring artists such as MC Stormin, Zuz Rock, Ratpack and East 17 band member Terry Coldwell.

Rob said: “These tracks must be played loud to feel the full force of the action. I wanted to try a different approach with these songs proving that I am not just a one trick pony but an artist that can deliver diversity within the world of music.”

With three months to go until his Bassface USA Tour, with number one drum and bass artist Mc Skibadee, Mr D’Riche is excited at the prospect of releasing new music.

He added: “I have some hits under my belt awaiting the right time to strike, including club smash Monster featuring singer Kele le Roc. I have put more of my pop production and writing skills into these heart warming songs.”


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