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Chemical X ready for Sting @one876

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Dancehall artiste Chemical X is looking forward to his debut performance on Sting 2016 at Jamworld Entertainment Centre in Portmore, St. Catherine.   


"The whole ah Daytona ah forward in fi mi show, the promotion that gwaan the other day on 'Wet and Wild', the place up, Standpipe, and Portmore ah my place. Mi a get in a whole heap of banners for the show and ting, the support sure, the whole place a forward inna Jamworld," Chemical X said. 


The dancehall young blood Chemical X has been carving out a reputation for his elastic delivery and exciting live performances in recent times.


Chemical X has been bombing the airwaves into submission with his breakout hit, 'Wet and Wild'. Voiced on an ice cream-smooth rhythm, He shows off his witty metaphors and millennial flow, serving notice that the dancehall game is about to change.


"Everybody ah give me props on the song because of the lyrics and the wicked flow of the song. Gary G, ZJ Ice, ZJ Dymond a put a energy on the single. It was on all the mix-tapes in Bronx and Brooklyn," Chemical X said.


"The buzz is so good that right now, mi a pree fi do a music video to push the song right into the 2016."


Chemical X first came on to the scene with the breakout song, 'Ghetto Quality', which earned him major props as a promising rookie with a new millennium flow. Established producers have begun to send beats his way and he is looking forward to a blockbuster 2016.


"I am ready for the next level right now," he said.

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