Chozenn - Duane Besentie born on the 16th day of August 1984 to parents Sandra Stewart and Lewis Besentie both from the parish of Clarendon.
Chozenn attended Frankfield Basic and Primary after which I left to live in Linstead, St.Catherine here I attended Linstead Primary and Junior High and started performing by doing my own little renditions of my mentor Beenie Man’s Hit Singles.
Even back then the
response was great from my audience of teachers and friends. I really
began to take music seriously when I started Ewarton High School in St.
Catherine doing concerts, socials, street dances and competitions. Then I
was transferred from Ewarton High back to my birth parish Clarendon. It
was here that I finished High School at Edwin Allen.
Since then I have done major shows like:
1. Bougle (Mr. Wacky) Memorial at Mas Camp
2. Macka Diamond’s Birthday Bash also at Mas Camp
3. Red Stripe as well as Fame Road Shows
4. Portland All Food Festival
5. West Kingston Jamboree
6. Invasion Spanish Town
7. Jamaica Jerk Festival at Ranny Williams
8. Curry Festival in Westmoreland
9. Cross Country Invasion
10. Haiti Relief Fund
And most recently Magnum King and Queens of Dancehall 2010 competition. Chozenn is an artiste that loves performing. I am currently working hard for my big break but I have songs perculating heavily in clubs, buses, taxis, parties etc.,
Music is my life and it inspires me to be the best that I can be. I’m a talented song writer, promoter/events coordinator and a father.
All I can say right now is Hello World and please remember Many are Called but only
One is Chozenn.
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Chozeen's Bawl Out Video Hit 1 Million Views on Youtube - Reggae Gospel artist Chozeen controversial song Bawl Out has been viewed over a million times on popular video sharing platform Youtube.
Chozeen received heavy backlash after the released of Bawl Out which can be classified as a counteraction to Dovey Magnum's track Bawl Out which a Hardcore dancehall songs.