Chilando (@showdivybzent) Ready To Claim His Place In The Dancehall

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Singjay Chilando has reached that critical point in his career where he is ready to jump into the all-important musical space that is being carved out specially for him.

Dedicated and brimming with enthusiasm the Show Di Vybz/DJ Frass recording artiste has his sights fixed on claiming his birthright.

Armed with two scorching hot singles, “Life Too Short” (Chimney Records) on the popular Happy Hour riddim and “Stay Inna Yuh Lane”, which rocks neatly on the big, bad, Wul Dem Again riddim, the entertainer is reaching the ears of the critical mass and they are loving him. 

Additionally, Chilando (pronounced Chy-lando) is surrounded by an efficient management team which is focused on instilling the core values of hard work, while playing down the hype associated with career success. 

A Montegonian who has already found quite a bit of favour within his parish, Chilando Spencer has been honing his craft for over a decade, and during the last four years has enjoyed a modest degree of national recognition. Between the summers of 2010 to 2011, Chilando worked with various young producers and production houses across Jamaica, including Mad Scientist (Burn Out Records), Da Wiz Records, Phantom from Inspired Music Concepts, 

El Toro Productions from Russia, Hard Streets Records and Digital Sham from Digitalize Records. This effort paid off and by the following year, he had new releases on the road. Singles such as “Nuh Tek Box Up”, “Girls Dem Rush Wi”, “Swagg Tun Up”, “Roll like a Thunder”, a collab with popular Jamaican soca artiste Mad Dog, “Girl Am Missing You” featuring Eyonja, “Everyday I Pray” with Gaza Maxwell and Jahvaska, “Money Cyah Done”, “Gwan Gyal” “Gone So Easy” and “Watch Dem” have helped to shine the spotlight on Chilando, not only in Jamaica, but also in the Caribbean and North America. 

Born on July 18, 1989 and raised in Montego Bay, St James, Chilando did his first recording at the age of 13. After graduating from William Knibb Memorial High in 2007, Chilando took his music career to a new level and quickly found his way into the hearts of the people. He connected with solid performances, infectious singles, captivating music videos and a mix tape titled “The Challenge” which is available online for download.

Click on the links below to listen to his 2 latest singles 

“Life Too Short” and “Stay Inna Yuh Lane”:

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