ATLANTA, Dec. 3,
2012, 5 p.m.
Nationally syndicated talk radio host Rob Redding's
new dance song is now being featured on the Web's leading online
music creation game -
Songster today began to feature the first of two
songs off Redding's album, "Unleash the Whip!", before it is
available to be purchased from his Web site ReddingNewsReview.com on Tuesday.
The first song, Swedish
"Where's My Whip?" is being featured now. And the second song
Swedish producer Kalim Stavros'
"Whip Him!" will be featured soon after.
Redding said that he is happy to have cuts of
"Unleash the Whip!" featured on Songster.
"Songster has articulated a vision of how to
put control of music in the hands of the masses and this DJ
inspired dance album, which uses popular portions from my talk
radio show, is perfect for that," Redding said.
Songster is owned by Atlanta-based Mowgli. The
company's game allows players to pretend to be fledgling musicians
working their way through the ranks of the music industry. The end
result is a “Song Pack” that can then be shared on Facebook.
Jr., CEO and founder of Mowgli LLC,
says the company's game is perfect for its users to manipulate
Redding's voice and existing song mixes.
"Users engage for such extended periods of time
playing with the music and making it their own that it forms a much
deeper bond between fan and artist," said Seese.
"Unleash the Whip!" is being released under
the Crystal Castle imprint via Amazon.com, iTunes and Redding's
Web site ReddingNewsReview.com