The ‘Life Too Short’ artiste, who performed on Dancehall night, has since been receiving online credits from several websites and bloggers who praised his performance. Chilando shared that even though he was placed at an early time he was keen on delivering a memorable set; “I have always taken pride in my work, it is important for me to leave the fans talking and I am glad I was granted that opportunity”.
With the buzz created from the show Chilando now has several projects in the pipeline including the video release for his recent singles, ‘Food Affi Eat’ produced by Show Di Vybz Records Label and ‘Pay Day’ produced by DJ Kunteh Records, which both speak to the hardship Jamaicans face daily. Chilando added, “I am also releasing my EP this summer and I have 2 more shows coming up including the Montego Bay Jerk Festival on August 1st, so fans will see more of me and what I have to offer musically”.
Chilando is currently working with Executive Producer DJ Frass, Chimney Records, DJ Wayne, ZJ Chrome and Riddim Sky Records to produce sustainable music that his fans can enjoy.