Remedy is the third single to be released from Professor Green’s second album, At Your Inconvenience, this time he’s roped in Ruth Anne to create a chart pleasing urban track, so the question is, does he really have the Remedy?
Ruth Anne’s vocals set up the track perfectly, with a raw, edgy sound to them that gives the track a, dare we say, sexy vibe to it. Pro Green stays true to his normal style of rapping, the two vocalists in other contexts probably wouldn’t work so well together, but Green has already shown that he can make contrasting vocals work, having previously worked with Emeli Sandé. Remedy is no different; both vocals are strong and mix well, without overpowering each other.
Remedy seems to have been influenced more by drum and bass, with a big drum beat flowing throughout the song, making this a no brainer for one of the summers big club anthems. Plus, with a video that consists of Green driving around in his Mercedes and partying amongst model El Wood and girlfriend Millie Mackintosh, there’s no doubt you’ll be in the mood to party after listening to Remedy.
It may not be lyrically strong, it may be mainstream, but hell does it make us want to party, we blame Professor Green for any Bring The Noise partying from now on!
For Fans of: Tynchy Stryder, Wretch 32 and Rita Ora
Written by: Tamsyn Wilce