There are a million stories in the ghetto. And yet theres only one "Ghetto Story." And like the song says, its a survival story. In Jamaicas ultra-competitive music scene, stars are born every day and fade away just as fast. But ever since the mid 1990s, Baby Cham has represented the best of cutting-edge dancehall reggae. His every release seems to bring forth new sounds, new slang, and up-to-the minute ghetto news reports guaranteed to "bust the dance." Spelled with a C (like champagne), Cham should not be confused with any Flipmode Squad affiliate, although he has been known to bust a rhyme from time to time. With his athletic good looks, his booming baritone voice, and a catalog of hits that wont quit, Cham has managed to stay ahead of the times for longer than any other DJ in the game. And with the release of his long-awaited album Ghetto Story, Chams poised to take dancehall to another level all over again.
For more info, you can go to Cham's MYSPACE site Here.
Spice first recorded for Madhouse Records in 2004 on the Bad Gal Riddim with a combination with Toi entitled "Right There" as well as "Hype" in 2005 she took the dancehall world by storm with "Fight Over Man" and "Grab Yuh Hood". However sexy, saucy Spice is known for her stage charisma as well as her records. Expect big things for 2006! For more info, you can go to Spice's MYSPACE site Here.