Mr Chumps pushing latest single

Saturday, February 17, 2018

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Mr Chumps is amping up the promotion of his latest single A Waan Place.

The Montego Bay-based emerging dancehall deejay said the song, released on the Monsta Piece label in November last year, is bonafide.

“The song is now on every mixtape, and the song is huge in Montego Bay. The other day the video go number one on the dancehall charts. Right now, mi can't walk in peace inna MoBay,” he said.

“We will be taking on the 14 parishes. We start off with 2,000 CDs that will be distributed by Biggz Mill Entertainment, and we will be using promotional girls to raise awareness of the brand. So far, everybody love the 'a waan place' slang; ah it ah get the biggest vibes for me. Anytime anybody see me, ah de first thing dat dem greet me with, 'mi de a waan place...', so mi know it connect in the streets. The ting done tek off so we ah expand the promotion islandwide,” he continued.

Last year, Mr Chumps inked a five-year recording and management contract with NetSpen Entertainment. The promotion will be bankrolled by his new management company, led by chief executive officer Feneil Clarke.

“Mr Chumps has the ability to make an impact in the music business. NetSpen is ready to go on an all out campaign with our promotional team in all 14 parishes to help Mr Chumps cement his place as a force in dancehall,” said Clarke.

Mr Chumps, whose real name is Calvin Clarke, vaulted into the spotlight a few years ago with songs such as Flattering Lips, Trick Dem, and Buss Dem.

He took a hiatus from music for a few years, but decided to return in 2016. He recently recorded Rules the World, The World is Not Enough, and Life.




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