By Cecelia Campbell-Livingston—-
AFTER being off the radar for a few years, conscious singer Chrisinti has returned with the song, 36 Bullets.
And no, it is not a gun tune.
CHRISINTI… woke up with $36 in my pocket and a million bills to pay
“I woke up one morning with $36 in my pocket and a million bills to pay,” said the artist.
Although despairing about his financial situation, Christinti says he never lost faith. His precarious position was the inspiration for 36 Bullets.
The song was produced by Fitzroy Francis for Mightyful 13 Records. The song was first picked up by Clinton Lindsay of The Foundation Radio Network (www.clintonlindsay.com) and is now the No.1 song on the New York Reggae Top 30 Chart. It is also reportedly doing well on reggae stations across the US.
Presently, Chrisinti is in the recording studio working on tracks for his second album which is scheduled to be released by year’s end.
He said he is collaborating with some of the top producers and musicians on the new set.
Born Paul Christopher Hudson in the Drewsland community of the Corporate Area, Chrisinti says he developed an appreciation for music at an early age. He recalls never missing an opportunity to perform at school concerts and community events.
His break came when he met producer Richard ‘Bello’ Bell from Startrail Records who produced his first song, Aware of Drugs.