“We just want to reach the people on a spiritual level with this album, that’s why it is called Concrete Jungle to reflect the struggles of the inner city. The album is stylistically different from my others in that it uses elements of lover’s rock, R&B and even dancehall, it’s just a nice mix,” he said.
Fender then added, “The physical copy of the album will be available in November and will have a bonus track, the dancehall song, ‘Nah Stray’,”
and concluded by stating, “The physical copy of the album will be available in November and will have a bonus track, the dancehall song, ‘Nah Stray’,”
“The work continues for Chuck Fenda, I want to take it to the level of a Bob Marley or a Burning Spear and other icons,” the artiste whose real name is Leshorn Whitehead, said.
The album features collaborations with a US-based R & B artiste Somong (allegedly signed to Ja Rule), and high-profile potential chart-riders such as That Place featuring Etana, and the controversial Natty Dread featuring Sasha, which explores the religious themes which differentiate Rastafarianism and Christianity.