Jubilee Celebrations Chino & Khalia Release New Track Where We Come From

Chino & Khalia - Where We Come From YAAD
Chino & Khalia - Where We Come From YAAD
With Jamaica’s Jubilee celebrations just around the corner, and the independence festivities almost in full gear, Chin Mcgregor and Jamaican-based Londoner Khalia, have combined their incredible talents to drop a new release that fits the upcoming season.
Aptly titled “Where We Come From”, the new single produced by Grammy producer Tony “CD” Kelly is a bouncy uptempo, summer ode to Jamaica, its culture, and its people, with a lyrical lavish that makes the collab a feel-good listen for discerning fans of Reggae and Dancehall.
“Where We Come From” is now available on all streaming platforms, and a high-impact music video is already in the can for release later this month.
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