BRAND NEW VIDEO RC, EXCO LEVY & SHUGA - BABY MOTHER RIDDIM MEDLEY (VIKINGS PROD)
Warriors with a purpose and a mission. This medley starts off perfectly with Exco Levi expressing his disappointment in the way good friends end up being enemies, because of one's success.
RC next with his smooth vocals highlighting the fact that he's ready to put on his Gideon boot and march, in order to contribute to the making of a just society. No nonsense from the only female on the medley (Shuga), she's ready with torch in hand to join the march with Exco Levi and RC to burn down corruption.
BIO During his school years at Gimmie-me Bit Primary and Kemps Hill High School, RC never showed his talent because he was extremely shy. In 2002 at the age of 17 he decided that since he was getting older he had to be brave and hence overcome the shyness. He teamed up with deejay friend Brasco, which resulted in them collaborating. This however came to a premature end in 2003 when Brasco migrated. RC decided that he will have to bounce back and trod the road alone. He started by performing in his community. RC fell in love with music from a tender age of six. He can remember singing along with the radio which at times would make his mother mad at him. His family is blessed with the talent of singing.
When one sees the initials R.C different thoughts comes to mind but at the 2009 staging of the “Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall” all was laid to rest. Ryan “RC” “Righteous Child “Campbell made it to the finals. He was born on October 21, 1985, in a town with an unusual name, Gimme-me Bit in the parish of Clarendon on the Island of Jamaica, where many great Jamaican pioneers are from.
After Magnum Kings and Queens, RC took two years under the supervision of Donavan Germain to master his craft.
For this Righteous Child, it is just the beginning. With the guidance of Manager Donovan Germain, RC plans to continue creating really good music that can heal the Nation. He enjoys making Lovers Rock, Cultural and reality songs. To him music is more than just a person singing, music is real.
“Music is not about what you can get but, what you can give. Life is music and music is real.”