Chronixx – “Reggae Revival”

By:Brynn Rask |Published 7/3/2018

Jamar McNaughton, also known as, Chronixx is a Jamaican singer songwriter whose music has been branded as “Reggae Revival”. If you listen closely to his song lyrics they follow the themes of anti-war, love and it’s trials, and strength. Chronixx became popular in 2013 with hits like “Smile Jamaica” and “Here Comes Trouble” after he was featured on “Start a Fire” with Major Lazer. These songs became the fuel for Chronixx’s breakthrough and put him on the map. In 2014 Chronixx released his first EP “Dread and Terrible” and it topped Billboard’s Chart for Top Reggae Albums.

He has also been on the Jimmy Fallon Show and won the Culture Artist of the Year award as well as, Best New Artist, and Entertainer of the Year at the Linkage Award Show in New York City. Chronixx also released his debut album “Chronology” on July 7th in 2017 which peaked as number one on US Reggae charts. This same album was also nominated for a Grammy Award
and he received the Prime Minister National Youth Award for Excellence all in the same year the album was dropped.

If you visit Chronixx’s website www.chronixxmusic.com you can find his tour dates, concert tickets, and many articles relating to his success including his feature on the “Protoje” album

Source: https://www.chronixxmusic.com/

 

 

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