The pop duo of Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden are big fans of Reakiro CBD products, according to a conversation between the two on a recent podcast.
Duffy, who was part of 90s band Boyzone, and McFadden, who was part of Westlife, have been touring as “supergroup” Boyzlife for the past four years. The duo recently announced they are releasing a new single to raise money for Age UK to support the elderly during the pandemic.
During the podcast, Duffy shared a story about meeting Reakiro CEO Stuart McKenzie on a recent golf trip to South Africa. McKenzie sent them some CBD samples and Duffy’s son began taking the capsules, which are apparently helping to keep his spirits up during the Coronavirus lockdown. Inspired, Duffy began taking them a month ago. An avid cyclist, he noticed they helped him recover from workouts and in general helped him stay positive during a difficult time.
According to McFadden, who has been taking the capsules for about a week, his sleep patterns have seen a huge improvement. He also reports that his skin has never looked better after using Reakiro’s CBD Skin Care face cream.
“We are thrilled to hear that Keith and Brian enjoy our products,” said McKenzie. “They are huge stars, so when they talk about us, a lot of people are listening.”
The Duo of Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy was formed in 2016 and have performed to crowds over 50,000 with more UK dates scheduled for earlier this year. Their new single You Needed Me will be released early, all proceeds from the track will be donated to AGE UK, which has been supporting isolated members of the community since the UK went on lockdown. The single, a new version of the number one Boyzone track released in 1999, was recorded with the 84-piece Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Duffy had six UK number 1 singles during his music career with Boyzone and the band had five number one albums with worldwide sales of over 25 million. With Westlife, McFadden had four number one albums and sold 30 million records.