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May 3, 2014
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Chuckle Berry upbeat about career

Curtis Campbell, Star Writer

Reggae artiste Chuckle Berry, known for his deep, raspy voice, says his purpose for doing reggae music is to educate, medicate, and motivate Jamaican youth.

Known for singles Good Life, Beautiful, and Real Life, featuring Luciano, which he is currently promoting, the recording artiste says his musical path is on autopilot.

"The year 2013 was good, but 2014 is looking much better. The new project that I am promoting with Luciano is on the Pick Up the Pieces rhythm and was produced by New Brand Music Production," he said.

Chuckle Berry says the song has already peaked on several charts in Europe and the accompanying music video is gaining momentum locally.

"The reception to the project is great. People love it because they can relate to it easily. The video has a good storyline and Asha did a great job by making it what it is with his video expertise. suh nuff respect to Asha," he said.

Chuckle Berry also has a new collaboration with Doran Bell, a Canada-based artiste. That collaboration also has a music video and was produced by Canadian producer Kimo, who has worked with Akon and Kardinal Offishall. He also has a few projects with iconic producers Sly and Robbie.

"My duty is to make sure that the youth them are quite contented physically, mentally, emotionally, musically, and financially. Yeah, man! there is a lot I have to say through music," Chuckle Berry said.

The music video for Real Life, featuring Luciano, is available on YouTube.com.

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