Earlier this fall, we introduced you to the vivacious collective The Fedz. Their infectious music and inclusive, uplifting message, has made them a group that we are keeping on our radar as they build their sound. And you could say they're building their musical resume, but individually the members of The Fedz have quite a few things under their belts. As musicians and producers, members have worked with artists like Lauryn Hill, Adele, Jay Z, Labrynth and The Prodigy – an array of artists whose range in styles together helped inform The Fedz's musical outlook. In fact, they've just debuted their follow up to "What's My Name," with a new track that just debuted on Mistajam's BBC Radio 1 Xtra show just a few minutes ago.
"Best I Ever Had" was not only premiered on Mistajam's show, but like "What's My Name," has a music video to go along with it. The track itself highlights influences of the leader of the group – Dennis Bovell – with prevalent reggae influences. Funky, infectious and catchy, the video for "Best I Ever Had" details backstage action and the group's grassroots genesis. Still in its early phases, The Fedz are attracting attention that can only foreshadow where their career together is going.