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Runningdream Records is a Canadian based label currently representing the Worldwide career of singer/songwriter Selasee Atiase. When the title track of his debut release “RUN” was featured on Electronic Art's multi-platinum video game FIFA 2006, one of the Worlds best-selling videogames Worldwide, Selasee went from obscurity to being an artist with an internationally recognizable sound: An infectious blend of Reggae, Pop and West African highlife.

With the help from partners such as Sat Bisla of A&R Worldwide, Josh East of Musik1, Opening day entertainment group, Hemifran and more, the company has helped create an organic foundation for Selasee and also sustain a constant Buzz around this artist for the past years.

Selasee's debut release has collected an impressive 9 singer/songwriter awards including First place in the International Songwriting Competition, Finalist in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition and honorable mentions in the Billboard Songwriting Competition. Click here for full list of awards.

 
 
 

In 2007 Selasee gets a new track called “Makuma” featured in the EA Sports Cricket 2007 videogame. This track is only available on the 2007 "Special Edition" version of the "RUN" album and is currently available for licensing Worldwide. The album has already been released in Canada by OP3 music and distributed by Universal Music Canada.

Running dream Records has also helped secure key showcases for Selasee at such events as The Midem 2006’s Buzz Band, Musexpo 2006 and CMJ Marathon 2006. The objective at these events is to create partnerships with record labels, distributors, bookers and publishers worldwide for the release of his current album and the ones to come.

"The first time I heard his voice and saw him perform live, I felt that special magic you just can't create mechanically. Selasee’s ability to instantly connect and inspire people is astounding."

Sean Cassidy, Selasee's manage