K’Chinga (real names Kachinga Chileshe) grew up in a family of three boys, of which he is the youngest, fell in love with music due to the influence of his brothers. Once was just a little boy on the streets of Kitwe with a dream of one day being am Emcee, the dream gradually became a reality in 2008 when a close friend Janet 'Baby Jay' Phiri introduced K’Chinga to Sherrine Masupelo. Janet and K’Chinga later in October of that year became the first presenters of the popular youth show Y-Zone which aired on the national broadcaster every Saturday.
In the year 2008, K’Chinga released his first single Yo Bally ( a term used by street vendors to describe a person who is a follower of Hip Hop). The song received mixed emotions but was a good starting point as all the controversy gave him exposure. After a few months, Kachinga yet again gave the critics something to feast on as he released his second single Bring It Back. ZambianMusic.Net notes that, after gathering a few hits, the soft spoken Rhythm and Black Poetry HipHop musician (Kachinga) moved to Windhoek Namibia to pursue Bachelors Degree in media studies and performing arts at the University of Namibia. K’Chinga who now has a minimal fanbase in and outside Zambia boasts of collaborations with Zambian musicians such as Macky II, Tommy D, B'flow, Yellowman and the late PJay.