Today Houston bred rapper Radeem releases his new single “Muddy Waters” which is currently spinning on radio in New York on HOT 97 and on Sirius/XM’s Shade 45.
Recalling memories of family and fun and making music as early as 16 years old, Radeem describes Houston as a city that he hopes to inspire and bring awareness to the different obstacles that many of people face.
“Whether it’s a cup of promethazine syrup or it’s fear of breaking away from a toxic environment, it’s very possible to make it across your Muddy Waters,” Radeem said.
Gearing up for a big Halloween performance along with Lil Boosie, MoneyBaggYo and YellaBeezy, Radeem knows that this new single is perfect for the Texas scene.
“Today’s Texas music scene is still striving with artists like Dallas’ Yella Beezy and Houston legends Z-Ro and Slim Thug still making relevant and good music. Together with a new wave of Houston rappers like Sauce Walka, Maxo Kream, Meg the Stallion, and Travis Scott, Texas culture is still one of the biggest influencers in Hip-Hop today,” he said.
While COVID has the world shut down, Radeem has no plans of slowing down adding a lot of recording and promoting to the agenda along with his Halloween show and work with New York industry insider Smit BDM.
“Me and the team plan to keep running the numbers up on Muddy Waters while campaigning the current singles until we create a heavy demand for a project. We also plan to keep recording new material to have enough to choose from in the mission control room,” Radeem said.