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Posted: January 21, 2010
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Darkcide Media and U.I.M recording artiste Chedda, a savvy lyricist and one of Jamaica’s rising young talents continues to break new ground with the unveiling of the New Year. 

The deejay whose real name is Tyrello Johnson is currently in the studio working on several new singles while gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated mixtape titled ‘The Curse Of The Gifted’ later this month.

  The project produced by T’Jean Bennett, Raymond Small and Andrew Myrie is the Cassia Park native second undertaking since bursting onto the scene less than two year ago.

The 17-track compilation showcases Chedda’s versatility as he addresses a broad cross section of issues ranging from crime, violent, love, envy, greed and a number of other current affairs.

An intense promotional campaign is slated to follow the release of the project in the coming week.

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