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May 3, 2014
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DJ Chrome offers reward for stolen items

Chad Bryan, STAR Writer

Producer and radio disc-jock, Chrome, is offering a reward for the return of items that were stolen from his motor vehicle on Wednesday.

The incident happened close to the Trade Centre located on Red Hills Road in St Andrew.

Chrome said he went to visit a friend sometime after 8:30 p.m. and upon his return discovered that the back rear window of his motor vehicle had been smashed and a laptop bag was missing.

"In the laptop bag I had my laptop, external hard drives, serato box, camera, headsets and jump drives. It has set me back tremendously. I now have to go back through my emails to see what I can find," Chrome said.

A report was not made to the police.

Any of the items found may be returned to Zip 103 FM, located on Courtney Walsh Drive, Kingston.

In the meantime, Chrome is enjoying the success of his 6th Sense Rhythm, which features dancehall acts such as Agent Sasco, Beenie Man, Busy Signal, Cham and Vershon.

He is also planning to release a 7th Sense Rhythm, which will include minor changes and feature other artistes such as Vybz Kartel and Alkaline. This, along with a soca rhythm called Music and Rum is slated for release at the end of May.

The producer also has a reggae rhythm which features Christopher Martin and CÚcile and a remix to a song which features international recording artiste Flo Rida in his upcoming plans.

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