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Vetran Reggae Artist Susan Cadogan& Starlet Chyna Nicole

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Live Chat Vetran Reggae Artist Susan Cadogan and The beaufiful Starlet Chyna Nicole 

Susan Cadogan is the daughter of singer Lola Cadogan, who released several 78rpm singles of devotional music during the 1950s.She spent several years of her childhood in Belize, She trained and qualified as a librarian,  Her talents as a singer led to her recording her first single, "Love My Life" for Jamaican Broadcasting DJ Jerry Lewis, Lee "Scratch" Perry was in the recording studio at the time, and was impressed by Cadogan's voice enough to record an album's worth of material with her, also renaming her Susan.One of her first recordings for Perry, a cover of Millie Jackson's soul hit, "Hurt So Good"

Singer/songwriter Chyna Nicole (Tania Nicole Williams) was born in New York City to proud Jamaican parents from Kingston’s Waterhouse, Carl and Yvonne Williams.  At the tender age of 5, Nicole read the the back of Michael Jackson’s albums, and began her song writing techniques.  Additionally, the rich musical culture of Waterhouse, was instilled in her by her father, who was the first apprentice to the legendary U-Roy. He was an artist himself who had recorded for producers Joe Gibbs and Duke Reid. Her mom Yvonne was once a member of Reggae’s first Grammy winner, Black Uhuru,Her first release was in 1994 “Love Me Tenderly” performed with LukIe D under her father’s Jamaican label, Little C. This record was released under the name Nicole Williams, however, after that she decided to rename her artist name to Chyna Nicole for future releases.  Upon graduating from Howard University majoring in Radio/TV/Film and working for various media arenas including Showtime Networks, WNET, VP Records, and Westwood One Radio, she relocated to  Jamaica to record an album with her father.