Dancehall, Hip-hop, Reggae

Matthew Radics, Son Of Jamaican Legend Jack Radics, Releases New EP (@MatthewRadics)

Matthew Radics

Son of Jamaican singing and song writing legend Jack Radics, Matthew grew up around the entertainment industry and has actively worked therein for over a decade.

As a singer, song writer, producer, actor and film maker he has appeared on national television and radio in countries across the globe including the ones he calls home: Jamaica and England.
Matthew grew up in Jamaica and spent most summer holidays with family in New York. He moved to London at the age of 14 when his father signed to Sony after enjoying massive success with his cover of ‘Twist & Shout’. He was accepted into The Brit School of Performing Arts, The National Youth Theatre and Cambridge University.

Being exposed to different cultures has led Matthew to embrace a wide range of musical influences, but it’s the classic Reggae and Hip Hop sounds that dominated 90’s radio that have made the biggest impression on this young rising star’s music.

An all round entertainer, Matthew has collaborated with a host of talented artists and labels, performing in Europe, North America and The Caribbean.

After establishing his own independent label ‘SoundKillaz Music’ with brother Rivah Jordan, they are now releasing his first solo project: ‘The One Eye Man EP’. The EP features beats by London based hip-hop producer Whodiniz. The production outfit have been put together by legendary London B-Boy ‘Dolby D’ who has taken on the role of Executive Producer on the project.

Break Her Heart is the first single from the EP and is out now on all major e- outlets.
The video was filmed and edited by Capture House Ldn and produced by SoundKillaz Music. The song tells the story of a man torn between two lovers and losing them both. In a similar fashion the song itself is torn between classic reggae and new school dancehall, but in sharp contrast the songs narrative manages to stay sincere to each one.

To contact, connect with or find out more about Matthew Radics go to: and check out ‘break her heart’ here: 


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