Mr Chumps unfazed by state of emergency
Netspen Entertainment recording artiste Calvin 'Mr Chumps' Clarke is undaunted by the state of emergency that has locked down his native parish of St James. The deejay is in full attack mode to create a big impact in the local industry with his latest songs, especially 'Pray for Me'.
"My strategy is to gain fans through constant promotion, my songs, 'Rule the World and 'Pray for Me' have been getting a major buzz on popular radio stations, and on Internet radio stations in Brazil, Germany and a few Caribbean island. Both songs are produce by upcoming producer Biggz Million Ent out of my home town Montego Bay," he said.
Mr Chumps is also working with other producers from labels such as Pinks Ent, CC Ent. and SR Records with whom he did songs on their popular Steer and Quiet Lamb riddims.
He said the recent state of emergency in St James will not slow down his momentum.
"The State of Emergency ah do its thing, a lot of events are not keeping till late, but we have to push along with our agenda, We plan to campaign the songs like 'A Wah Place', and others by attacking all media avenue, radio, social media, TV including the street promotion in Kingston at popular dances like bounty Sunday, Uptown Mondays and Boasy Tuesdays, straight through to All Star Thursday," he said.
He will be shooting videos for a project called 'Buss Me' for Netspen Ent in March.
Mr Chumps also topped a few islandwide music video charts shows on TV with his hit single, 'A Wah Place'.
"That song is getting a good buzz in the entire 14 parishes and especially in Montego Bay. My team is determined to make a name on the entertainment scene and we are getting requests for shows out west," he said.
Mr Chump's management team is led by Feniel Clarke.