Lyrical melodies, and rapid-fire vocals.

Seducing listeners with her intoxicating Dancehall Style, Chatta wields her versatile voice as a weapon against negative thoughts and words, inviting all who hear her to shed that which is intended to destroy, and embrace the true value and gift of life.

A musician since the age of fourteen, Chatta released her first EP Album, “The Speed of Consciousness,” in 2004. It went to number one on Roots I Radio in Kingston, Jamaica. Since then, she has been the recipient of numerous awards, including Top Dancehall Female Artist at the Canadian Reggae Achievement Awards in 2008.

A performer at the Toronto International Reggae Awards; Toronto’s Annual Jamaica Independence Day Celebration; The University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, St. Mary Me Come From in St. Mary Jamaica, Montreal Reggae Festival, and also opened for Coco Tea, Capleton, Taurus Riley, Wyclef Jean, The Rascals, Queens of Reggae, Reggae Divas, among countless other venues and openings for international Artists. Chatta never fails to energize and uplift her audience. Chatta recorded in combination with International Reggae Star Turbulence, as well as a radio promotional jingle with international Reggae sensation Capleton.

Chatta’s Clear off Dutty Heart was spotlighted locally, and greatly so internationally on Jamaican radio stations such as Uptempo Saturdays, Suncity FM, New Talk FM, Hitz 92 FM, RJR 94 FM, E Factor, and Newspaper coverage in The Jamaican Star and Jamaican Observer. Her goal, above all, is to use her unique gift of lyrical and staccato vocals combined with provocative and percussive rhythms to inspire others to awake to their surroundings, burn down negative thoughts, and arise to greatness.

Most current tracks and accompanying videos from Chatta which can be found on YouTube are; 2012’s “Ganja Tea”, 2016’s “Clear off Dutty Heart”, 2017’s “Murderah – Lef We Black Man Alone”, “Lioness”, “90s Sinting,” and “Holiday Time”.