Since the unfortunate incident involving Aidonia and popular radio jock ZJ Wah Wa surfaced, dancehall artiste Chedda has been receiving a lot of flack from fans and as such the entertainer in a move to clear his name has distanced himself from the camp and the incident.
“I am not a member of J.O.P, though I have a mutual respect for them. I am my own individual artiste and have been operating in that context since officially signing with my label Darkcide International. It’s very unfortunate what occurred and hope that there can be an amicable resolve to the matter” – Chedda explained.
Chedda wants his fans and those of the JOP outfit to know he had no knowledge or part in the recent events.
“Violence is something that should never be condoned in any form and so I implore my fellow coworkers and the general public to explore other avenues to resolve their disputes.” While wishing the zip jock a speedy recovery.
Only months ago Chedda released a single and video titled ‘Bad Inna Song’ on the Blackspdya Records label speaking out against violence in the music and against dancehall practitioners.
Meanwhile, on the musical forefront Chedda has teamed up with 2010 comeback artiste of the year Future Fambo for the remix of ‘Shell Di Bar’ on the African Robot Riddim. The project is a joint effort between Darkcide International and Unknown People Records (DJ Raffa & DJ Rodrick Howell of Hitz 92FM). A video is also expected to be shot in the weeks ahead for the very catchy drinkers anthem. Other projects include ‘See We A Road’ on ZJ Ice’s – Center Stage Riddim and Dip & Come Up on the Club Life Riddim.