Hip-Hop Artist Chachillie Wins Music Video Asheville Award For “5150” Video

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Hip-hop artist Chachillie won a Music Video Asheville award for his “5150” video. This year marks the 5th anniversary of the award recognizing local musicians and filmmakers in the Asheville, North Carolina area.

The “5150” video was produced by Andrew Anderson and is the first official video from Chachillie’s “Goosebumps on Pangea” album. 5150 is the police code for involuntary psychiatric hold in California. The song is written and produced by Chachillie.

Charles “Chachillie” Stewart comes from a musical background. By the age of nine, he was writing and recording music which lead to him producing beats at 14. After going through several mishaps in his life, he realized that making music was his true passion and began working with Ben Gradison at D-Street Studios. The two share a passion for making the world a better place by using music.

Chachillie is currently planning a national tour, major collaborations and bigger videos. “5150” is available to view on YouTube.

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