Exploring Chinito’s Journey to Musical Fame

Exploring Chinito’s Journey to Musical Fame

From unknown to a popular music icon, his inspiring road to stardom has been amazing.

Making it big as a music artist is no easy feat. It requires dedication, hard work, and a lot of perseverance. It also requires creativity, a good sense of music, and the ability to navigate the music industry. It’s important for aspiring music artists to have the right mentors and guidance to help them succeed. They need to be knowledgeable about the different aspects of the music industry, such as marketing, distribution, and promotion, in order to make it big. Furthermore, they need to have a strong understanding of how to interact with fans and build an engaged following. Most importantly, they need to have the right attitude and ambition in order to stay motivated and keep pushing forward. Who knows these nitty-gritty’s better than Chinito, who is setting the music space on fire with his exceptional talent.

He is the son of world-renowned chef and viral sensation El Ninja and has been making music since he was 11 years old, stepping in professionally at the age of 16. Now aged 24, Chinito has been creating pop-up events and menus alongside El Ninja in restaurants across the United States, which has won them an impressive 225K following on Instagram and a combined 800K on TikTok. Over the past two years, Chinito has gained a considerable following on TikTok as the “sushi guy”, and he is now set on taking his career skywards by taking giant strides.

Interestingly, Rolling Loud has announced its expansion in Asia with the first-ever festival taking place in Thailand this April. Representing Japan at the event will be renowned hip-hop group BADHOP, top DJ collective REPEZEN FOXX, and the up-and-coming Chinito, which is a huge accomplishment for this young talent.

This Japan-born artist is an immigrant kid who has got the right chord by bridging the gap between the Latin and American music industries – a world in which Daddy Yankee has collaborated with Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, Bad Bunny with Drake, and Nicky Jam with Post Malone and Swae Lee. “As a professional artist, I’m here to break barriers and make sure my music reaches the masses,” says Chinito who is aiming to take on the global stage through his music making artistry.

Derek Robins

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