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New Show: Chronixx + Protoje Take On London, UK

New Show: Chronixx + Protoje Take On London, UK

Chronixx Protoje live London. You read correctly, Chronixx and Protoje will be touching stage in the UK for one night only. Following soul’d out shows in Jamaica (Montego Bay and Kingston) and one in New York, London is up next. In an unprecedented move, the two new gen reggae acts will tackle the 10,000 capacity […]

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Chronixx - Skankin' Sweet [Music Video]

Chronixx - Skankin' Sweet [Music Video]

Skankin Sweet music video is here! The highly-anticipated visuals to one of reggae’s biggest anthems is finally here. Released just ahead of the Chronology album, the song still maintains its status as one of the peoples favourite cuts. Loved for the relatable lyrics, traditional deep reggae bass line and uplifting mood. With audio in excess […]

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Watch Huge Crowd sing

Watch Huge Crowd sing "Smile Jamaica" | ChronDadda Diaries

A huge festival crowd sing Smile Jamaica. While on his current round of touring, Chronixx made a stop in Belgium. During the set, the huge crowd at Couleur Cafe in Belgium were encouraged to sing the ode to the beautiful island of Jamaica. Watch the full video here the scenes below. See when Chronixx is […]

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Start A Fire Journal

Start A Fire Journal

Selassie Children: The Fight We Fight

Selassie Children: The Fight We Fight

July 23 2017 marks the 125th earth strong of Haile Selassie. 51 years on from his grounation in Jamaica, Rastas still fight the fight as highlighted by Chronixx on “Selassie Children” from the Chronology album. Track 8, Selassie Children, Chronology. Rastafari is an internationally recognised and respected faith. With its Jamaican origins rooted in African […]

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Chronixx + Team talk #TourLife on Chronology Vlog

Chronixx + Team talk #TourLife on Chronology Vlog

As the Chronology Tour reaches its midway point, see beyond the stage in the #TourLife vlog. Crowds across the US and Canada have packed into venues to experience the young Jamaican’s highly rated show. With ten sold-out shows to boot and new shows added along the way, the demand is clear to see. Road life […]

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"Likes" | Lyrics

Song: Likes Artist: Chronixx Producer: Chronixx Album: Chronology [Intro] Ah no everybody a go like we Still we irie ‘Cah mi nuh love likes Inna dancehall style Ah no everybody a go like we (Ah no everybody a go like we) Still me irie ‘Cah we no love likes, no So every time me voice […]

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Music & Visual

Music + Visuals

Choronology | Album

Choronology | Album

Chronixx’s debut album was released on 7/07/17. Rooted in various elements of Jamaican music, Chronixx ventures on a journey through life and sound. From Chronixx’s 2013 breakthrough anthem “Smile Jamaica” (produced by Silly Walks Discotheque) that put him on the map, to his latest self-produced, dancehall-styled single “Likes,” these songs are a guide to the […]

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Ultimate Chronixx Spotify playlist

Ultimate Chronixx Spotify playlist

Ever wanted to hear the people’s favourite songs by Chronixx in one easy place? Look no further, ultimate Chronixx is the new Spotify playlist for you. Ultimate Chronixx follows up the popular “People’s Choice vol. 1” playlist. A compilation of fan favourites from Chronixx’s Facebook and Twitter. On this playlist, listeners will be able to […]

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Like | Chronology

Like | Chronology

Chronixx drops new single “Likes” from his forthcoming album debut “Chronology” to be released in early Spring 2017 by Soul Circle Music. On this self-produced dancehall track, the young singer speaks his mind on today’s dancehall climate and social media hype. Chronixx, who is well known for roots reggae repertoire, is no stranger to dancehall. […]

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Skankin' Sweet [Music Video] | Chronology

Skankin' Sweet [Music Video] | Chronology

Likes | Chronology

Likes | Chronology

Chronixx sings Bob Marley 'Guiltiness' | #Exodus40

Chronixx sings Bob Marley 'Guiltiness' | #Exodus40

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"Prepare your minds and hearts for this revolution." - Chronixx

Jamaican musician Chronixx has ignited a torch in people's hearts the world over and is confidently lighting the path for an entire generation of youths to rediscover roots and culture.

Born Jamar Rolando McNaughton on October 10, 1992, Chronixx was musically nurtured from an early age by his father, dancehall artist Chronicle, and grew up surrounded by the likes of Burro Banton and Gregory Isaacs. His remarkable ascension in the music industry began in the background; harmonizing for artists such as Lutan Fyah and providing production assistance for tracks sung by Popcaan, Konshens and others.

Today, Chronixx is a respected artist in his own right after his career was stimulated by the unfortunate passing of both his blood brother in 2007 and his brother-in-arms, Lil' J.O.E., in 2010. The first EP, Hooked on Chronixx, was released in 2011 and immediately put the budding artist on the radar of music lovers and industry heads alike with 'Start A Fyah,' 'Warrior' and breakout single 'Behind Curtain' standing out as a fan favorites far beyond Jamaican shores.

The Dread & Terrible Project was released in April 2014 - a set comprised of seven tracks plus three dub versions - immediately topping the Billboard (US) and iTunes reggae charts in both UK and Japan. Neither an album nor an EP, the Project includes the widely received ‘Capture Land’ and a short film based on one of its tracks, 'Rastaman Wheel Out' (directed by Ras Kassa), to critical acclaim.

Hit single 'Here Comes Trouble' captured late night American TV presenter Jimmy Fallon’s attention while on vacation in Jamaica. The chance encounter lead to a personal request for the young musician to perform live on Fallon’s TV show in July 2014. A concert held in Central Park the following week was a roadblock affair from the outset, thousands of attendees turned out including Rolling Stones’ frontman Mick Jagger celebrating his 71st birthday.

Chronixx toured for the first time in 2013 when he went to Europe with his own band Zincfence Redemption. He has since embarked on solo tours from the Americas to the Oceanic region; including sold out shows in New York (Irving Plaza), three shows in London (including Somerset House), Trinidad & Tobago, Australia, Canada, and being the first band to do a 2-part tour of Jamaica (Capture Land Tour).

With so much accomplished in such short time, the world is bracing for greater wonders from this young man who walks with an old soul. For Chronixx himself, music is a mission and history is being made everyday still.

"Prepare your minds and hearts for this revolution." - Chronixx

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