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Creative Titans is incredibly excited to have entered into a worldwide marketing and branding deal with multi-talented rapper/singer/songwriter, Rémar.
Rémar is on track to take the music industry by storm.
“I am thrilled Rémar chose Creative Titans to market his current and future catalog. He is a unique talent embodying the voice of his generation, both musically and lyrically. He is truly gifted and commands impressive musicianship skills. Jonathan Beepat of Wildfire Entertainment brought him to my attention during a visit to Georgetown, Guyana,” Ron A E Telford, Chief Marketing Officer of the record label related.
In addition, he noted that Rémar is a star and his following increases with every show and as such, the entire team is looking forward to a fruitful relationship with him and his management.
“Together we will take his career to new heights. He is the real deal,” Telford noted.
On the other hand, the Guyanese artiste, Remar stated that Creative Titans’ business sense, passion and enthusiasm for music sets them apart and he looks forward to the journey ahead.
Rémar’s debut single “Baddie” was released in August 2017. It has now been repackaged and re-released on February 27, 2018.
Bristol Funk says it is “One to watch for sure and liked the song elements here. Great song!” The track was recently featured in BroadTube Music playlist on Spotify and is quietly surpassing streaming expectations.
Rémar’s music career has been on an incredible trajectory. Currently, he is working on his second single, debut EP and writing for several artists; including Popeye Caution and Pleasure P.
Rémar, whose real name is Dominic Weekes, was born in Guyana. Rémar has been on the scene for a few years with his witty hip hop bars and smooth R&B melodies.
He gradually gained recognition as a premier artiste in South America. He gave opening act support for Rick Ross, Walshy Fire as well as Dancehall superstars Konshens and Popcaan.