Rising South African rapper, Remy Johnson, released the official Music video for his single, ‘Smoke My Drugs’, today. The launch takes place on 13th December 2019.
Remy has applied his warm, smooth vocals against the backdrop of a haunting and almost surrealistic musical composition that’s sure to please his legion of fans. Success has its perks, but it also has its drawbacks – the song is an unequivocal statement about how people use others. Watch the video below, enjoy.
When Remy Johnson’s single was first released in Nov. 2018, it quickly topped Nasty C’s “King” featuring A$AP Ferg, along with AKA’s “Fela In Versace” to achieve 17,678 streams. It’s a testament to the track’s success, along with Remy Johnson’s popularity and talent.
The ‘Smoke My Drugs’ official Music video will be the latest in a series of releases with Krazy Media that’s brought Remy Johnson a significant amount of air time and the attention of music industry professionals worldwide.
His abilities were discovered early, by the time he was 16, he was being mentored by Ton Blackman, American rapper, writer, actress, and the first hip-hop ambassador to the U.S. State Department.
When he was just 11-years-old, Remy Johnson had already performed with Billy Steele and Gary Hines of the Grammy Award-winning ensemble Sounds of Darkness. Remy Johnson is a highly accomplished drummer, pianist and visual artist with the ability to paint visual images with his words that resonate with audiences.