Relentless Energy Drink is proud to announce music superstar Professor Green as its new brand ambassador. The UK rapper will be working on several exciting promotional projects with the brand this year.
2011 saw Professor Green secure his first number one single with the highly personal, ‘Read All About It’ which featured Emeli Sande plus the release of the now Double Gold-selling ‘At Your Inconvenience’ album. Perfectly blending credibility with commercial appeal he secured live TV performances on the X Factor (he was the first rapper to perform on the show) and then Later With Jools in the same week. The year ended on a high with him supporting Coldplay on their European arena tour.
This year kicked off with his first Brits nomination for ‘Best British Male’ and now sees the release of album favourite, single ‘REMEDY’. The track which is set for release, through EMI, on June 4th sees Professor Green on top of his game with his lyrical musings.
Professor Green will be an ambassador for Relentless Energy Drink throughout 2012, working on a number of special promotional projects for the beverage. It’s the perfect ambassadorship: both share a dedication to their art, both are defiant in the face of compromise, and both live life to the full in a truly no half measures way.
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Phone: 020 7400 1131
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About Relentless Energy Drink:
Relentless Energy Drink was established in 2006 in the UK, and is available across the UK, Germany and Ireland. Now one of the top selling energy drinks in the UK, Relentless Energy Drink is available in 500ml cans in five flavours.
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