Dancehall artiste Chino has returned to the island from his three month US and European tour and says he enjoyed every minute of it.
The tour which took him to London, France, Germany, and other European countries, gave Chino and fellow Big Ship artistes, Freddie McGregor, Laden and Shema McGregor,the opportunity to further cement their titles as phenomenal artistes and performers in these areas.
“Some of the places were a lot of fun and the people were very receptive to us and had a lot of vibes. It was hard work, but worth it because of the exposure, reach and people I met. Now that I’m back in Jamaica, it feels really good and I’m trying to catch up on a backlog of work that I have in the studio. Plus, I’m promoting my new single Pon Yuh Head, which is going very well in the streets and on radio so far,”said Chino.
heating up the scene
Already Chino has started to heat up the local scene with a number of interviews under his belt, including Hype TV’s Up and Live, RE TV’s Dubstyle, an appearance at Heineken Green Synergy’s competition, which will air tomorrow night on CVM TV among others.
a lot to talk about
“There’s definitely a lot to talk about and get people up to speed on: there’s the upcoming documentary that I did for National Geographic as a result of their partnership with Coca-Cola, and for which I’m a spokesperson; there’s the coming album; my previous songs like From Mawing, Protected and others on all the Jamaican charts; and, of course,my new songs and so much more,”
“It’s just all about the work right now and letting people know what’s going on with Chino,” he said.