Tuesday, December 1, 2009

On the Rize: Chevaughn Clayton

With a spirit and a smile that lights up an entire room, Chevaughn Clayton is one of those noteworthy singers you know is going places, and bringing Divine Spirit and a strong message of Love with him. Currently fronting the Kingston-based band C-Sharp, Chevaughn is a mainstay in the Jamaican music scene, and a definite up-and-comer to be watched internationally.

Having worked extensively with influential artistess Queen Ifrica, Wayne Marshall, Tony Rebel, Etana and Cherine Anderson, Chevaughn's latest projects include a collabo with Elephant Man called "Happy", and a track featuring DingDong, Voicemail and Chris Martin titledTables. C-Sharp is no stranger to producing hits as their single No More topped the JA charts in 2007, and Chevaughn's newest creations will hopefully follow suit.

This young man is one we definitely want to keep our eyes and ears tuned into, as his mission to spread Love via music has only just begun. Born and raised in the parish of St. Catherine, Chevaughn graduated from the famed school for pumping out massive musical talent, Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, in Kingston, JA. Since then, he's slowly becoming an expert at uplifting crowds nationwide with his on stage brilliance, while continuing to extend his talents into writing, producing and back-up singing. A natural genius and drive Chevaughn truly embodies are sure to give yet more props to Jamaica for producing some of the most gifted musicians in the industry today.

Click here to read the full article on Jamrock Magazine’s website

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