Chuck Fenda to release "The Living Fire" on Greensleeves - March 27th



Chuck Fenda, aka "The Poor People's Defender" is releasing his first album on Greensleeeves on March 27th entitled "The Living Fire".

The album includes the Jamaican chart topping social commentary track "Gash Dem", which was banned from Jamaican airwaves because of its incendiary lyrical content. It also includes "Coming Over", a track that features Cherine Anderson (actress from the film "Dancehall Queen" and "One Love"), which has been undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of the year so far.

Chuck Fenda rose to prominence in the dancehall scene in the late 90's, where he was a hardcore dancehall dj with tunes like "Shut Yuh Mouth" and 'Badda Badda". Fender soon after had found Rastafarianism and his sound has evolved into a more conscious sound. He linked up with 5th Element Records (home to Richie Spice) and put out his debut album "Better Days" which included such hits as "I Swear", "Better Days", and "Haffi Win".

Now on a solo roll, Fenda is still on fire, blazing up the streets and the charts. His new album "The Living Fire" features collaborations with artists such as Tanya Stephens, Richie Spice, and Cherine Anderson.

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