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Provocative Where's My Whip? video released


By Staff

ATLANTA, Jan. 31, 2013, 5 p.m. - Syndicated talk show host Rob Redding today released a controversial video for Audio Paradyne's dance song "Where's My Whip?".

The provocative Adult Swim-esque video features Redding and others exacting revenge on a partisan as the first offering of his Unleash the Whip! album.

"The video will only bolster my Unleash the Whip! album, which has been second on Amazon.com Hot New Releases," said Redding. "It also plays up local dance DJ Rob Reum, who is really responsible for a lot of our success at the club level."

The video has been be made available on You Tube and other video playing sites and ReddingNewsReview.com.

Unleash the Whip! received 3 1/2 starts from former About.com, dance music critic Jimi Bruce and has been called "racy" by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Unleash the Whip! uses samples of Redding's politically independent and anti-group think message from his popular talk show. Redding, who is known as "America's Independent Voice", calls for his "whip" routinely throughout his show and in all of the album tracks to encourage people to get off the political party plantation and think for themselves.

Audio Paradyne's "Where's My Whip?" has also been prominently featured on the Web's leading online music creation game - Songster.

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Redding has an award-wining Independent talk radio show heard in all 50 states on SiriusXM 128 The Power and on radio in markets from Philadelphia, Atlanta to Cleveland.

He has been named one of the "100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America" by Talkers magazine. He was voted one of the Top 5 black talk radio show host by BlackTalkers.com for the last two years.

His award-winning Web site, ReddingNewsReview.com, has been a resource for thousands each day for the last 10 years. The site has won three consecutive Black Web Awards for News distribution.

Redding has had three Amazon.com Best Sellers this year. "Where's the Change?: Why Neither Obama nor the GOP Can Solve America's Problems" and "Resurrection: A Historical Anthology of two African-American Philosophers" and his "Disrupter: Pathway to Political Independence."

You can get the album, which was released Dec. 4th, on a host of music retailers including: iTunes, Rhapsody, Rdio, iHeart, Google Play, CD Baby, and at Amazon.com here.



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