Massive B introduces Choppa Chop’s “I Feel So”
Massive B introduces Choppa Chop’s “I Feel So”.
Choppa Chop aka Saga Buss, like reggae icon Bob Marley, was born in St. Ann, Jamaica, which is also known as “The Garden Parish”.
Choppa Chop began deejaying as a teen living in Franklin Town Kingston. It was when he relocated to Vineyard Town, Jamaica, that he was introduced to a community of artists, both known and unknown. That’s where he began to learn more about deejaying and how to improve his skills.
His musical influences include: Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Alton Ellis and Black Uhuru, amongst many others. Choppa Chop believes he has a unique voice, as many would refer to it as a ‘singjay’ style. He aways found it easy to deejay and find lyrics. He’s a conscious lyricist, while always adding elements of fun and love for the ladies. Choppa Chop’s first recording was at a Penthouse studio when Jr. Demus introduced him to Robert Livingston. From that point he was able to get in contact with local stage shows and promoters. Since then he’s been on several European tours and traveled through many countries such as: Holland, Germany, Belgium, and France, and was able to visit the US on some promotional tours as well.
He was introduced to Massive B’s Bobby Konders by Dr. Marshall at Anchor Studio in Kingston, Jamaica. Choppa Chop then began to work with Massive B full time. With Massive B he was able to create hit songs including, “Lovely Day” which was on the “Truth & Rights” riddim, “Real Herbs”, and the smash hit “Set It Off” on the “No Borders” riddim, which was featured on on Grant Theft Auto IV. Currently he’s working on songs for an album that will also be produced by Massive B, including the new single release “I Feel So”, which comes on the new “Rudeboy Skank” riddim.