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Wayne Marshall enlisted the help of Cham, Ace Hood and Waka Flocka for the remix of his 2012 banger “Go Hard”. Produced by Damian Marley, the remix appropriately titled “Go Harder” has premiered exclusively on Fuse. Take a listen to the track HERE.

“The level of response from my song ‘Go Hard’ was so major last year that we wanted to give it a fresh take,” Marshall tells Fuse. “It only seemed right to have Cham and two of the best rappers in the game appear on the new track and they murdered it.”

Marshall’s Tru Colors EP drops November 26 and his full-length of the same name hits January 21st.

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10 grand fi di hot sexy gyal dem! Here’s your chance to show Cham your dance moves! Enter Cham’s “Bend Down” dance contest for a chance to perform with Cham and O at one of their shows, an exclusive Lawless prize pack and a shout out from Cham! See contest rules below:

PLEASE REMEMBER: Title your video ‘Cham “Bend Down” Dance Contest’ in order to be considered.


  • In order to enter the contest, you must upload videos of yourself or your crew doing choreography for “Bend Down” to YouTube or Instagram. When you are done, you MUST tweet @TheCham using the hashtag #BendDownContest.
  • The video should capture :15 secs of the song if your are uploading to Instagram. If entering via YouTube the video can be :30-1:30 minutes of the song.
  • Both Dance Teams and individuals are encouraged to enter (Maximum 4 people in the video)
  • To be considered, you MUST title the video: Cham “Bend Down” Dance Contest on YouTube and must tag your video “Cham Bend Down Contest”. If entering via Instagram, you MUST tag your video #BendDownContest

Watch the “Bend Down” video for inspiration:

Winner will win a trip to perform LIVE on stage with Cham and O at one of their concerts and MORE!

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It has been some time since dancehall fans heard new material from deejay Cham. He makes a triumphant return with the song Fighter featuring Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley. The track was produced by Madhouse Records’ Dave Kelly, the man behind some of Cham’s biggest hit songs.

In an interview with Splash, the Florida-based artiste spoke about Fighter and how the collaboration came about. “The song was recorded some time ago but we were waiting on the right time to release it. Everything takes time and happens accordingly, and for us this was the right time,” he explained.

Cham has done some recent recordings with Damian Marley for the Marley-owned Ghetto Youths International label. He appears on singer Wayne Marshall’s Go Harder, one of the songs from the latter’s upcoming Tru Colors album which is produced by Marley for Ghetto Youths International.
Last year, Cham rode high with Wine and Tun Up both of which featured his wife Ophelia ‘O’ Beckett.

Read more of Cham’s interview HERE.




Check out behind the scenes pictures from Cham’s new video for his latest single “Bend Down” featuring O. World premiere coming soon!

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Download “Bend Down” on iTunes HERE.

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Baby-Cham-Bend-Down Watch the official music video for Cham’s new single “Bend Down” featuring O. The track, produced by Coppershaun and Cham’s Lawless Music, combines two of the prevailing trends in dancehall right now—slack lyrics directing females to wine/bubble/bounce, and EDM-influenced production—so you know selectors are going to be rinsing this backwards and forwards.

Download “Bend Down” on iTunes HERE.

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Download Cham’s new single “Bend Down” ft. O on iTunes HERE.



HEAT Magazine recently caught up with O to discuss how she’s adjusting to life in the limelight, stepping outside of her husband’s shadow, the inspiration behind her debut single “Money Pull Up” and more.

When HEAT sat and had a chat with the hilariously funny O, it was to find out how she is adjusting to her new career and the public’s response. Asked how long has she wanted to step behind the mic and on to the stage? Laughing O said, “I don’ t know if people gonna believe, but now looking back I remember when I was in my dating stages with Mr. Beckett, he had this song that I would just imagine performing with him, but I never imagined it being on the level that I’m doing it. Then as we became serious and started a family I never really had that desire, but I’m sure it was lingering somewhere in the back of my head because I knew I had it in me, and now I’m like ‘This is really happening, like this happened!’”

Dreams to reality, did you expect to be a sensation sharing the stage with your husband? “No, I didn’t expect all of this that’s happening, even when I did the song ‘Wine’ I kinda just did it and forgot about it, because I didn’t want to be disappointed if my voice didn’t make it to the final cut, chambut when I heard the final mix that’s when I got excited and called my friends and played it for them and I just wanted it to be released, so everyone could hear it. I was very excited. I would ask Cham every day when the Cash Flow guys gonna release the song.” Laughing out loud, she confessed, “I was so annoying.”


With her admitting she never planned to pursure the thought of featuring on a track, HEAT wondered how did the first collaboration, ‘Wine’ come to be then. She said, “Oh, that collaboration was not planned.” In an imitation of her husband’s voice, she said laughing, “Was just like ‘Ophie mash a works fi mi’.” Continuing, she said, “I got the lyrics, melody and I just sing. It sound pretty easy don’t it? But that was basically how it started.” Then she added proudly, “With ‘Tun up’ I know I was gonna do it because of the buzz ‘Wine’ was getting. It was more difficult to record than ‘Wine’ but I nailed it.”

cham-OThose two dancehall hits under her belt, HEAT asked about the inspiration behind the newest release ‘Money Pull Up’. She said, “The song was inspired by the whole dancehall vibe, where they give money to pull-up a song that they like, so I’m saying that we the females need to get money pull-up when we do the things that they like.” Then she burst into laughs.

“What do you love most about being a performing and recording artiste?” Thinking, she said, “I like the fulfilment I get when I’m done performing, especially when I’m satisfied with my performance. I always look forward for the feedback from Beckett,” Laughing she said, “That’s what I call him, and from my dj or just the team that’s there with us because I trust their feedback especially Beckett. He’s been doing this for years and still very much relevant, so I look forward for that, and also when people come up to me and say ‘Good show’, it warms my heart because I’m like really did I just went on stage infront of all those people… Scary.”

Now truly flying solo in a sense, HEAT asked O if she ever foresaw the response to ‘Money Pull Up’ baby-cham-o-tun-upthat she is receiving. To which she responded, “Well I knew the concept of the song would catch on especially with the females and also the ‘ghetto mi born ghetto mi grow’ quote, a lot of people in dancehall can relate to that, but honestly I didn’t really know what to expect, especially after ‘Tun up’ is like the bar was set high, so I’m appreciating every bit of love I’m getting.”

What’s next in store for fans, with a giggle, O concluded, “There is a lot going on in my head that I want to bring to life, so just keep your ears and eyes out for ‘O’.”



Video: O – Money Pull Up


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