Chxpz spills the milk
Chxpz

CALABAR High School student Chxpz (pronounced Chaps) created a viral buzz on social media a few months ago with Box Milk. The 17-year-old Portmore resident says he is hoping that the attention will open the doors for him musically.

"As soon as I've cemented my place locally, the next step in my career is to conquer the international music scene. I know it's going to take a lot of hard work to achieve these goals. However, I have the talent, the image, and most of all the right work ethic. I also have a strong team behind my career, so success is guaranteed," Chxpz told the Jamaica Observer.

Box Milk is produced by Simple Boss Music. It was released on July 4 with its accompanying music video.

"I'm very happy with the response that my video is getting. It's only been out a month now and it's doing very well," said Chxpz.

Chxpz, whose real name is Matthew Brown, said he was encouraged to pursue music by a friend who told him that he had the talent to make it in music.

Earlier this year, he released the song True Depression. Love Fake is another of his recent releases.

— Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson

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