RE/MAX Agent Releases New Toronto Raptors ‘Hype Song’ on YouTube

There’s a palpable buzz in the air, and we don’t just mean Toronto’s hot housing market! The Toronto Raptors have once again put our world-class city in the spotlight, making it into the NBA playoffs. Boosting the buildup is one of RE/MAX’s very own agents and Raptors super-fan Sacha Singh, with the launch of the latest fan-initiated hype song, FixYuh.

FixYuh is slated to become the 2018 anthem for the Raptors. Combined with an energetic video and a talented cast dubbed the “Krush Dem Krew,” excitement is mounting as Torontonians rally behind the song, the team and the city.

“The passion, dedication and work ethic of an amazing team was the driving force behind this project,” says Singh, the executive producer of the FixYuh. “Our aim is to create massive buzz for the city and to show everyone that they are in the best sports city in the world.”

Singh is not only a mega Raptors fan but also a successful realtor with RE/MAX West D&S Group, Brokerage. He’s a Top 20 RE/MAX agent, and one of the top 100 realtors in Canada. Sacha wrote, co-produced, and vocalized FixYuh. Toronto’s iconic dance choreographer Tanisha Scott encouraged Sacha to create this song and they brought together the talented team.

Choreographed by Toronto’s iconic dance choreographers Mark Samuels and Tanisha Scott who’ve worked with Drake, Rihanna & Cardi B, the video features dancers that showcase Toronto’s diversity, as well as a special cameo from Raptors Assistant Coach Jaamal Magloire. The music was produced by Derek Brin, who has worked with the likes of Dianne Warren and Canadian Idol. Brin directed the video along with stylist Caitlin Wright, and original creative art by Chris Corridore in conjunction with graphic artist Mathew Guido.

Fix Yuh was created by the fans for the fans, and this initiative embodies what we say about members of our RE/MAX network – real estate is all about people, and we’re proud to see our agents in the spotlight, as engaged members of the community.