My ca­reer is get­ting bet­ter – Shauna Chyn

The Star (Jamaica) - - ENTERTAINMENT - SHEREITA GRIZ­ZLE Staff Re­porter

Dance­hall artiste Shauna Chyn says she is booked and busy as she con­tin­ues to re­build and re­brand. The en­ter­tainer told THE STAR that since de­cid­ing to ‘clean’ up her image and start afresh, she has seen sig­nif­i­cant im­prove­ments in her craft and an in­crease in the amount of at­ten­tion she has been re­ceiv­ing from mu­sic lovers. Chyn added that since dis­so­ci­at­ing her­self from her ex-fi­ancé, Gully Bop, she has man­aged to get her la­bel, Boss Chick En­ter­tain­ment, up and run­ning again, and she has been flood­ing the mu­sic scene with a slew of new sin­gles. The lat­ter, she says, has al­lowed her to place her­self in a po­si­tion for con­stant book­ings.

Chyn, who made ap­pear­ances at the Pink Run and a char­ity stage show at Seav­iew Gar­dens last month, told THE STAR that as the Christ­mas sea­son ap­proaches, her cal­en­dar is fill­ing up nicely, with sev­eral events across the is­land, the Caribbean and Canada.

“I will be on the Mello FM road­show for all of Novem­ber. I will then head to Canada on the 23rd of Novem­ber for a show there, and I’m re­ally look­ing for­ward to that,” she said.

“I just want peo­ple to come out and fulljoy dem­self be­cause I’m go­ing to give them all that I have. I know my ca­reer is get­ting bet­ter each day. When I go to shows and see peo­ple rail­ing for me, it’s such an awe­some feel­ing, and it just mo­ti­vates me to con­tinue to grow.”

Chyn, who is cur­rently pro­mot­ing her lat­est sin­gle, Stew Peas and Le­mon­ade, said that she plans to con­tinue to sat­u­rate the mu­sic in­dus­try as she tries at per­fec­tion.

“It’s very im­por­tant that I re­main con­sis­tent and con­tinue putting out projects. I will con­tinue to put in the work be­cause I re­ally want to per­fect my craft,” she told THE STAR.

Record­ing artiste Shauna Chyn

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