Chuky began his music career at the tender age of four.
During his career spanning 25 years, music has always been the dominant force in his life choices. The music business has taken Chuky on a journey of adventure and in the spotlight.
He can adjust his composition to any genre and still keep his own unique individual flair. His versatility can be heard in Radio Girl, Striptease and You Know Dat, currently being played on BBC Radio 1Xtra and with over 30,000 hits on YouTube.
Throughout his career, Chuky has had the opportunity to perform live on stage shows in Jamaica with the likes of Ninja Man and John Holt, to mention but a few.
Chuky has gained props on the Jamaican underground music scene, and he has worked with various UK artistes on many different recording projects and live events, which he has organized and coordinated.
In 2004-5 Chuky, took time out from the music world to complete a Higher National Diploma (HND) in music engineering and production, where he was awarded his certificate at a ceremony held in Birmingham in 2006.
The year 2008 marked a memorable time for Chuky, as he was invited to share the stage in Jamaica with the likes of Yellowman, Beres Hammond, John Holt and Burning Spear to commemorate the passing of Joseph Hill, known to the world as Culture.
He was the only dancehall DJ to appear at this stage show. During a visit to America in the same year, Chuky met Danny Rich, an up-and-coming R & B artiste whom he wrote songs for.
The following year, he went to Switzerland where he performed in front of a crowd of over 4,000 people; this was an unforgettable moment in his career. He was amazed to see so many people singing to his songs, which had only been distributed there some months prior to his appearance.
That year, he also staged his birthday bash stage show and the list of guest artistes included Chris Goldfinger (BBC1 Radio) and many more personalities.
In the same year, Chuky flew back to St Elizabeth where he performed on stage with Ninja Man. Now, he's back in Jamaica promoting his new single, Whine Pon Mi, as well as the the reggaeton-pop hybrid Anytime, and the R&B -influenced Angel.
"You can look out for a new song called Mr Agriculture, as well. I am coming to take my space in the music business," Chuky said.