Chronixx takes us behind the scenes, showing the process from studio to the stage in the new video. Soundtracked by the summer reggae anthem of 2017, Skankin Sweet, Chronixx shows us his studio process, plus touring across the US and Europe.
The young reggae star has been on a demanding but fruitful and fulfilling experience on the road in 2017. From halls in USA to European theatres and festivals to Japan's Fuji Rock Festival before heading back to USA to open for Ms Lauryn Hill and Nas.
The video shows there's is more to Chronixx than just singing and writing, he takes his craft very seriously. While he wrote every song on the album, he either produced or co-produced eight tracks on his debut album, including conscious dancehall club-banger "Likes".
"Likes" has taken several lives, with its meaningful lyrics touching all-ages. The song has been tagged with popular "Fling Yuh Shoulda" dance, reinterpreted by Jamaica College students at their graduation ceremony and performed by Bellefield High on Jamaica's school choir competition All Together Sing.
With awards season on the horizon, Chronixx was recently nominated for Best Reggae at the MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards in the UK. This makes his third nomination in five years.
Skankin' Sweet is on the critically-acclaimed, reggae number-one album, Chronology.