Chardel Rhoden: “Born Again”


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London-based Reggae singer Chardel Rhoden has just released a new visual for the song "Born Again."

The Reggae Fraternity UK website, and Reggaeville, says this about Rhoden:

"Hailing from that veritable hotbed of Reggae known as North West London, Chardel Rhoden is not a wannabe but a true award winner. After winning 2014’s inaugural Reggae Star Factor competition in London she has added a slew of Artist of the Month awards on local Radio as well as International Awards and is the two time AWSL Female Artist of the year recipient. It has taken many years of hard work and dedication to get her to this point. She took her quest for a successful musical career so seriously early on that she pursued and successfully completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Commercial Music at Westminster University.

"One of her tutors was music academic, Mykael Riley, one of the founding members of Steel Pulse. Among the disciplines she learned were music industry, copyright law, sound engineering, recording techniques performance, stage management, touring and preparing a business plan. It’s perhaps a safe bet that performance was her strongest module as she distinguished herself in this area learning her craft touring the world with Hip Hop fusion doyenne, Natacha Atlas. She also had a stint on Island Records with the band Sprinkler before embarking on her solo career in earnest. One EP and two albums later and the multi-instrumentalist (she plays the guitar, bass, piano, clarinet, recorder).

"This album 'Born Again' produced by Stingray Records and Black Metro Music has turned Chardel Rhoden into a highly sought after vocalist for recordings and live performances."

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