upcoming events:

05.01.2023 New Zealand, Napier @ Juicy Festival

06.01.2023 New Zealand, Tauranga @ Juicy Festival

07.01.2023 New Zealand, Palmerston North @ Juicy Festival

08.01.2023 New Zealand, Auckland @ Juicy Festival

11.01.2023 New Zealand, Whangãrei @ Juicy Festival

13.01.2023 Australia, Brisbane @ Juicy Festival

14.01.2023 Australia, Sydney @ Juicy Festival

15.01.2023 Australia, Melbourne @ Juicy Festival

20.01.2023 Australia, Perth @ Juicy Festival

past events:

27.05.2010 Australia, Darwin @ Discovery

28.05.2010 Australia, Brisbane @ Mystique Club

29.05.2010 Australia, Sydney @ O2 club

30.05.2010 Australia, Gold Coast @ Shooters Club

03.06.2010 Australia, Melbourne @ Prince of Wales

04.06.2010 Australia, Adelaide @ HQ Complex

05.06.2010 Australia, Hervey Bay @ Rumaz Niteclub

11.02.2011 Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur @ Sultan Lounge / Mandarin Oriental Hotel

03.12.2011 Indonesia, Jakarta @ Plenary Hall

07.12.2011 China, Macau @ Cubic Club

16.03.2012 Belgium, Hasselt @ Versuz

17.03.2012 France, Paris @ VIP Room

18.03.2012 France, Paris @ Crystal Lounge

05.07.2012 Lebanon, Beirut @ Pier 7

06.07.2012 UAE, Dubai @ People by Crystal

Chingy, who single handedly influenced cultural slang with “thurr” and “hurr” following the smash Billboard Hot 100 hit “Right Thurr” achieved superstardom success with seven other Hot 100 hits, including “Holidae In,” “One Call Away” and many more. An actor and philanthropist, Chingy, achieved rapid mainstream success with the release of his triple-Platinum RIAA certified debut album, Jackpot and knocked himself out of the No. 1 position with his second platinum album Powerballin’, featuring Hot 100 hit “Balla Baby” as well as a collaboration with Janet Jackson on “Don’t Worry.” Chingy followed up with another RIAA-certified Gold record, Hoodstar, which also reached the Billboard 200 all-genre Top 10 albums chart, and spawned Hot 100 singles “Pullin’ Me Back” featuring Tyrese and “Dem Jeans.” The eighth song from his album, “I Do,” is featured on the soundtrack for the video game “Need for Speed: Underground 2.” The album also featured guest appearances from R. Kelly, Bun B, Lil Wayne, Lil’ Flip, David Banner, Nate Dogg, and Get It Boyz. That same year Chingy was featured on Houston’s Hot 100 single “I Like That” featuring Nate Dogg and I-20. Chingy’s fourth studio album, Hate It or Love It, also landed in the Billboard 200, and produced Hot 100 hit “Fly Like Me,” featuring Amerie. The LP also featured appearances by Ludacris, Bobby Valentino, Steph Jones, Trey Songz, Rick Ross, and Anthony Hamilton. In 2020, Chingy teamed up with powerhouse vocalist Meghan Linsey and her equally talented Meg & Tyler duo partner, Tyler Cain on their critically-acclaimed collaboration, “The Woah Down,” which USA Today lauded as a “jovial banjo-and-beats collaboration,” while Entertainment Weekly lauded it as a “summer ready genre-blending single."




Multi-platinum Recording Artist

8 Hot 100 Billboard Hits

Soul Train Award Winner

Multi Billboard and MTV Music Nominee

COLLABS WITH: Ludacris, Timbaland, Janes Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Jermane Dupri and many more

FILM/TV APPEARANCES: "My Wife and Kids" "One on One" "George Lopez" "Yo Momma" "Scary Movie 4" "Speed Dating"

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