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  It’s easy to say that singer Chevaughn Clayton has one of those voices that is hard to forget. It was his melodic smooth voice that carried the break out song of 2009 Holiday, with deejay Ding Dong, to the top of the charts and that has carried him across the globe as the lead singer for the eclectic roots group, C Sharp.

 Armed with a solid and distinct vocal tone, Chan has captured the hearts and ears of music enthusiasts both locally and internationally. Growing up in a household dominated by the arts, he developed a love for music at a very tender age. It was undoubtedly his passion for R & B, Dancehall and Hip Hop genres that motivated him to pursue a career in music.

 Chimney Records artist Austill Henry, known more to his fans and peers by his stage name ZAGGA, born on the 17th of June 1990 the 21 year old musician had his sight set at an early age to achieve greatness within the music industry and life itself.

When she brought a ray of “Sunshine” to our lives in January 2010, it was never expected that the 18 year old song-bird, would in such quick succession, become one of Jamaica’s most promising vocal artists. Currently based in Florida, she is studying Music Business to ensure that her music becomes a powerful force in the entertainment industry.

Jamaican Singer and Song Writer, Kim Monique Hamilton was born on December 5th, 1990. She is the youngest of seven siblings. She attended Ascot High and graduated in 2008. Kim developed a love for music at an early age. However she didn't start turning heads until she started Primary School.

Cali P was being called on to represent reggae music at gigs all over Europe and within the Caribbean. His wings started to spread and his work were started to be realized.

 Exco’s musical tastes include listening to and appreciating the lyricism and talent of the late Garnet Silk, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh as well as contemporaries like Sizzla Kolonji.  Through the work of these artists he has been able to develop his own unique sound which emanates deep respect for the musical icons who paved the way.

 The first thing that comes to the mind of many when they see this Jamaican queen, is the fact that she look like a ”Dolli”, Which in fact is her name.

 She did her first professional recording with upcoming producers David “Hizzle” Hayle and Jordan McClure from Chimney Records. Under their label, she recorded two songs called “Have Fun Tonight” And “Distracted”.

 Khristopher made a career shift to move back to Jamaica, as he wanted to further pursue his musical career through working with other Jamaican producers, which included Jeremy Harding on "VEX NOW" with Delly Ranx and Louis "Flabba" Malcolm on “WHO’S HOLDING DONNA”, one of Khristopher’s memorable cover.

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