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Birth name
  
Leshorn Whitehead

Genres
  
Reggae

Role
  
Musician

Name
  
Chuck Fenda

Instruments
  
Vocals


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Also known as
  
The Living Fire, Poor People Defender, Chuck Fender

Born
  
June 15, 1972 (age 51) Brooklyn, New York, United States (
1972-06-15
)

Occupation(s)
  
Musician, singer-songwriter, record producer

Movies
  
Earth Day Celebration: A Reggae Tribute to Garnett Silk: Live 2003

Albums
  
The Living Fire, Jah Elements, Fulfillment

Similar People
  
Cherine Anderson, Richie Spice, Luciano, D‑Flame, Junior Reid

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Leshorn Whitehead (born June 15, 1972), better known by his stage name Chuck Fenda, is a Jamaican American reggae musician and deejay born in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Jamaica, Fenda is also known as "The Living Fire", "Poor People Defender" and "Chuck Fender". He has toured in both the United States and Jamaica. His songs include "I Swear", "Poor People Cry" and "Better Days", all of which are from his album Better Days. His song "All About da Weed" was featured in the soundtrack for the video game Grand Theft Auto IV.

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His Lloyd "John John "James, Jr.-produced fifth album Jah Element was released September 10, 2013 on John John Records.

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Discography

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Studio albums

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  • Better Days (2005), Fifth Element
  • The Living Fire (2007), Greensleeves - with song "Child of the Universe" featuring Tanya Stephens.
  • Fulfillment (2009), VP
  • Live In San Francisco (2009), 2B1
  • Jah Element (2013), John John Records
  • Compilation appearances

  • Grand Theft Auto IV Soundtrack (2008)
  • References

    Chuck Fenda Wikipedia


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