Friday, August 3, 2018

Chi-Ching Ching “roping” in tour dates

Sean Paul and Chi Ching Ching on set of the Rope video shoot

After releasing the official Rope music video last Friday, July, 27 Chi-Ching Ching announces he will be touring the Europe this August.

Chi-Ching Ching has great insights on his recent video release; “Rope is one of songs from my upcoming Turning Tables album that we’ve been pushing as a single and the people love it. We decided to do something that represents my energy and we used the video to build on how mi friend Hanging intro the song; it’s a whole story-line of fun, unity and dance”.

A Damaniac Films production, the western saloon-themed Rope music video seamlessly incorporates the historic building of Jamaica’s historic Port Royal with the creativity of Dancehall with a storyline and comedic relief that stays true to the likeable character that is Chi-Ching Ching.

The video release precedes Ching’s Europe tour. On Sunday, August 12, #ChingLinks in Sicily, Italy, can expect an energetic set from Chi-Ching Ching at Wonders in Selinunte. The Midfield singer then takes on Sardinia on Tuesday, August 14 for the Red Valley Festival.

Ching then heads to the UK where he performs at the First Direct Arena in Leeds on Thursday, August 16.  The artiste intends to Rock Di World from Chelmsford at the RiZe Festival on Saturday, August 18 then again on the following Sunday from Coventry at the Ricoh Arena. The Europe Tour bus makes it final stop in Cardiff at the Motorpoint Arena on Monday, August 20.

The Jamaican Dancehall star will then head to Toronto for his second Canada run this summer.

Chi-Ching Ching continues to break world boundaries, using the languages of music and dance to resonate with people of all ages, and different cultures, across the world, pushing the waves of Jamaican music and culture worldwide.

The artiste is set to release his debut album Turning Tables on Friday, September 21 with Duttyrock Productions, owned by Grammy Award winning artiste Sean Paul.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Barrington Levy Calls For Love To Heal The World

Grammy Award nominated, Reggae Singer Barrington Levy is challenging citizens of the world to live “Love” in his new single Virus. The “Vice Versa Love” singer has thrown down the gauntlet for persons to start valuing the lives of each other to see less chaos and enmity manifesting globally.
The song with accompanying video is slated for world-wide release early August. Virus, written by Barrington Levy and Gary Benson and music composed by Handel Tucker features an amazing soundtrack reminiscent of a reggae orchestra with a hard core pulse. The legendary “Here I come” singer skilfully delivers   an exciting vocal on the track in his signature sound with accompanying vocal acrobatics.
Levy insists that love has to be a way of life with concern for others and action to support the concern. “Love is just Love and people say they love but they are not spreading it or living up to the word love. I think love should be spread like a virus now. Look at what is happening in the World. People are loving money more than people and they need to understand that we spend money, money cannot spend us,” he explains.
“We have to work on the next generation. Eradicate poverty change the way persons’ view money and teach them to value each other. Give a helping hand to someone who need it, love people the way you love yourself,” are his recommendations for an improved quality of social life.
Having an illustrious career with over 30 albums and a plethora of hits and having toured the world the singer wants this new project to change behaviour. He explains, “I hope the song will make a change in the way people think and in their lives. I don’t just want Virus to be a nice song.”
The singer, who now resides in Clarendon, wants to see his homeland of Jamaica heal and return to the days when people cared for others. Despite international success and the demands of constant travelling to meet contractual obligations he resides in Jamaica where he finds peace and tranquillity even as he gets pleasure from planting.