Chedda ‘Like A Pro’ Goes Viral In France & Russia


KINGSTON, JAMAICA | APRIL 18, 2013 | Alliance Next Generation (ANG) deejay Chedda, now on the upsurge recently teamed up with former Brick & Lace member Nyanda and emerging female producer Wizard for the techno influenced single ‘Like A Pro’.

Less than twenty (20) days since its release, the song has gone viral in France and Russia racking up an impressive 185,000+ views via Youtube and continues to show an upward trend. Aside from the current Jamaican campaign the feat was accomplished in part with the assistance of French based Choreographer and Dance Teacher Aya, who featured the catchy number in one of her latest dance routine videos.

Aya is an award winning choreographer who operates a dance studio in Massaro, Paris, France and has worked with entertainers such as Mavado, Mr. Vegas, Tiana and Colonel Reyel one of France’s top entertainers.

A seemingly elated Chedda lamented that he is very happy with the response the song has been receiving both locally and internationally, while hinting at the possibility of an official video.

In a release to the media the ANG deejay said, “It’s a great look for Me, Nyanda and Wizard, the song has been getting a lot of love on the airwaves and right now we are in the process of formulating things to take the project to that next level.”

Meanwhile, Chedda is booked to appear at the inaugural staging of Rum-Bar Colour Rain water party on April 27th on the grounds of Rollington Town Primary School.

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