Cheflodeezy never does it like any other. That is why he dropped two singles simultaneously on the same day. That’s right. His hip hop inspired “She Don’t Belong To Me” and his dancehall laced “Ass Up.”
Born in Jamaica but raised in Miami, pulsating music has never been that far from Cheflodeezy’s ears. Which is also the reason you can hear so much flavor and heart poured into his own creations. He has already released a couple of singles this year, including the trip hop classic “She Luh Dat” which gives off a chill vibe throughout. He also released his hard hitting single “Koockin & Juggin.” With those two already racking up streams daily, he is adding fuel to his fire this year with the release of “She Don’t Belong To Me” and “Ass Up,” both out and widely available now.
Like many, Cheflodeezy found himself immersed in music as a teenager. He even started to learn how to make his own beats, but his dream of making music professionally was halted before it really ever began. After high school the streets overcame him and by the time he was 21-years-old, he had multiple arrests to his name, struggled with homelessness, and had lost a few friends to gun violence. It wasn’t until an undisclosed case almost sent him away and the birth of his first child, that Cheflodeezy realized changes had to be made.
He enrolled in culinary school and eventually started to rise in the hospitality industry ranks, eventually being featured in Miami’s SoHo House World Magazine. While his career in the food industry was flourishing, music always had a grip on his heart. So he’d take any time off he had from the kitchen and hit the studio. Today he has a handful of singles to his name, and is about to add two more with the release of “She Don’t Belong To Me” and “Ass Up.”
Those interested in adding new hip hop to their playlists, featuring “She Don’t Belong To Me” and/or “Ass Up,” or interviewing Cheflodeezy for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
Cheflodeezy has two new singles out now! “She Don’t Belong To Me” is rap in its truest form, while “Ass Up” delivers pure dancehall.