Big Ship deejay Chino is looking to boost his career with a collaborative single with Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall.
According to the dancehall star, the single “L.S.L (Live Some Life)” remix is getting a lot of airplay and the feedback has been encouraging.
“The collaboration came through a mutual friend who heard the original and thought he (Kardinal) would do good on it. He heard it and immediately loved it, and recorded it in a matter of days,” Chino told the Star.
“David Rodigan from the United Kingdom endorsed the song stating that the original Party Time song done by the Heptones is one of his all-time reggae classics, and he is extremely pleased with the justice we did to this rendition. So far, it’s been getting all positive feedback and has been getting steady rotation on radio stations locally, also in the Caribbean, USA, Canada, Europe and Africa,” Chino added.
Kardinal Offishall is one of the top hip hop artists/producers out of Canada and is best known for his distinctive reggae/dancehall influenced style of hip hop. The rapper/producer have in the past work with the liked of Sean Paul, Estelle, and Akon.
Listen to Chino & Kardinal Offishall “L.S.L (Live Some Life)” remix below.