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Authentic Caribbean fruit, Chinola is an experience “ni de aqui ni de alla”. Dominican-Colombian Latin flavor and American flow. A jazz singer whose language is Spanglish inspired by the strength of all women and the eternal sound of migration. Everything started freestyling bachata and folklore in a Santo Domingo colmado. This is how Chinola arises, pure feeling, daring.
Her music does not ask for permission, does not aspire to meet expectations, each piece has its own ideals, and it shows. Rock as cadence, Dominican folklore rhythms as self-assertion, Spanglish as her flag, electronic sounds in the atmosphere and a provocative, rich voice wrapped in the tart lyrics of an empowered Latinx.
Chinola is a singer, songwriter, art director and audiovisual producer. She is the co-owner of production company Juice Lab Media her partnership with artist and videographer Eliworks.
She has worked with notable artists such as Grammy award winning sound engineer Allen Leschorn, 3-time Soberano winning and global jazz artist afro Caribbean fusion queen Xiomara Fortuna, notable Chicago producer Kendall P and rap artist Tokischa. As well as participating in Xiomara Fortuna’s legendary Llegando Voy 40 Year Anniversary Concert with artists such as Vakero, Riccie Oriarch and El Prodigio.
Her most notable work with Juice Lab Media is the Just Wanna Have Fun Live stream festival, where she produced, directed and created the image for the international all women festival. Joining artists such as DJ Sabine Blazin, Coco Mamba, Judith Rodriguez, Tokischa, Elines Olaverria and model Amelia Rami.
Chinola has appeared in publications such as Diario Libre, Discolai, Roberto Cavada and 12 y 2 as well as shows such as Reset Radio, Mujeres al Borde, Hora de Te, El Destapon Super 7, Divertido con Jochy, Tu Guia on Telemundo WZDC and Encendio con Pedro Biaggi.
She created her first NFT along side artist Coco Mamba in March of 2021 called “passion girl”. Her latest NFT is a Juice Lab production with Eliworks. Directed, produced and written by Chinola, the protest piece “Si tu le das” is about the latest rise of the women’s movement in Latin America.