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Chuck Fenda new album

Posted by Chimino 
Chuck Fenda new album
September 30, 2013 08:33AM
"Jah Element" sounds to be entirely backed by a band, not riddim tracks. This is the first I've heard a dancehall artist doing this in a long time.
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
September 30, 2013 05:00PM
Check Khari Kill's new album, "Born To Rule". All with the I Dwell band, no riddim tracks
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
September 30, 2013 08:47PM
I'd like to see both them on tour for their new albums....or SNWMF 2014
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
October 01, 2013 03:33PM
BIG UP Chuck Fender.......good to hear......Khari Kill sameway.
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
October 17, 2013 01:25PM
[www.jamaicaobserver.com]

Fenda is in his ‘element’
By Brian Bonitto
Thursday, October 17, 2013
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WHILE the sun was setting on Jamaica's World Cup campaign at the National Stadium Tuesday, it was a more celebratory mood at King Jammy's Studio in Waterhouse, St Andrew.

That was the venue for the launch of Chuck Fenda's latest album, Jah Element.

Hide DescriptionFellow artistes Nickesha Barnes of Rising Star fame (left) and Cherine Anderson with Chuck Fenda (second left) and James Lord, Jamaican representative for Zojak Worldwide, at Fenda’s album launch on Tuesday.
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The 17-track set is co-produced by Lloyd 'John John' James Jr. It was recorded at his father's legendary studio.
"This album is part of Jamaica's reggae revival. It's the continuation of the legacy left by icons like Bob Marley and Peter Tosh," Chuck Fenda told the Jamaica Observer.

'Element' was released in the United States on September 10 by digital distributors Zojak World Wide.

Fenda, whose real name is Leshorn Whitehead, said 'Element' is unlike his previous efforts which include The Living Fire, Better Days, and Fulfillment.

The new set boasts a mixture of veteran and young producers including Bunny 'Striker' Lee as well as Steve Locke, Wayne 'Unga' Thompson, and Trevor 'Baby G' James.

"The whole vibes is totally different. The energy is strong and it's spiritually deep," he said.
He lists Badness No Pay featuring Leroy Smart and Bounty Killer; Spiritual Warfare a collaboration with Junior Reid, and Foul Play with Angel Dulas as "special".

"We're targeting the four corners of the Earth... this album is for everyone," Fenda said.

James Lord, Jamaican representative for Zojak Worldwide, is upbeat about Fenda's project.
"The album's reach is international. And quality reggae is always going to sell," Lord told the Observer.

Fellow artistes were present to support Fenda, including singers Cherine Anderson, Nickesha Barnes of Rising Star fame, and Nikki Burt.
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
October 17, 2013 10:18PM
I've always liked Chuck's music, but the two times I saw him live he was less than impressive...anyone checked out the new album yet?
Re: Chuck Fenda new album
October 18, 2013 06:25PM
I do like Chuck Fenda and the message he promotes.
The track that sticks out a mile is the combination with Leroy Smart and Bounty Killer
Off the radar that tune thumbs up
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