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Taylor Jaye, ChinChilla EP out now

This weekend, superstars, literally Taylor Jaye and Chin-Chilla launched their EP. The two describe the EP as a Sonic Boom – a dance project with an electric mixture of Afro sounds with a predominantly
Amapiano chord which has become a stable in the southern African music industry.

Chin chilla and Taylor Jaye who are biological cousins, hailing from the streets of Katutura and Otjomuise have woke together since 2015.

Chinchilla is a member of the first NAMAS nominated rap group the Saints where Taylor Jaye is a NAMAS award winning artist who has worked with chart topping African artists such as Patoranking , Busiswa and Uhuru – with an electric brand on both local, continental and global platforms.

The EP is themed around their love for sci-fi and super hero comic books and movies since their childhood growing up in Otjomuise, Namibia.

Jaye Walker is an alter-ego superhero character developed by Taylor Jaye to call her crew and those around her who live according to their inner true self.

The Rise of The Jaye Walker EP is a predominantly Amapiano / Afro House –
but it also features bonus an Afrobeat track, which is a taste of Taylor’s next project. The album is available for download now.


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