Jermaine Riley remixes Chipmunk’s “Here And Now” | New Music x Free Download

Following on from his 2008 solo release Goodbye Krypton: The Mixtape, Jermaine Riley (formerly one third of UK R&B group FDM) returns to the solo arena with the first taster from his forthcoming free album Hello Earth. The young singer/songwriter/entertainer takes on the Dready produced cut “Here And Now” from Chipmunk’s album Transition, which Riley originally featured on and co-wrote giving us his very own solo rendition where he addresses the questions surrounding the FDM split, his frustrations and issues with Ne-Yo’s Compound label (who signed FDM and did absolutely nothing with the talented trio) and his commitment and determination to succeed alone.

Watch the teaser video for the track below and listen x download the full song after the jump.

Listen & Download: Jermaine Riley “Here And Now (Remix)”

I’ve been a big fan of Jermaine Riley and FDM for years now and really felt that the kids should have been bigger stars than a lot of the crap that’s been forced down out throats lately and when I heard they had signed to Compound Music I thought it was about to be the beginning of something spectacular. Alas the group sat on the shelves in label limbo, but I’m willing to put money on the fact that Jermaine Riley will rise from the ashes and become a force to be dealt with in the UK & global R&B scene.

Jermaine Riley‘s Hello Earth will be released soon.

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