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The Dubplates continues to do well on the...
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    Since Chuck Fenda’s breakout single, ‘It Hard’ has become  a radio anthem for the underprivileged facing tough economic times, the artiste has become a hot ticket for stage shows across the island because of his powerful songs and explosing live performances.
He delivered an incendiary performance recently during fellow artiste Bush Man’s stage show in St. Thomas. Attired in a dapper full suit of blue jeans, he hit the stage at about 1:45 a.m., and immediately ignited the crowd with his hit, Warning. Then he segued into his most recent hit, It Hard, and the 4000 strong crowd sang along word for word. Warming up to the crowd, Fenda then blazed a medley of his hits such as ‘Gash Dem’, ‘I Swear’ and ‘Cry for My People’.
After doing a torrid 25 minute set, the audience did not want to let him go and continued to chant ‘done in ya Fenda’ but he had to limit his stage performance because other artistes were waiting to perform.
“I felt like a new artiste performing for the first time, the crowd showed me crazy love,” Chuck Fenda said. 
 Prior to that event, Fenda performed at the Bob Marley Birthday Celebrations held in Trench Town. Called onstage by reggae firebrand Iba Mahr, Chuck Fenda was in brilliant form, as he had the audience waving their lighters in support for his argument to ‘Free Buju Banton’.
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