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Chronixx – Chronology [Album]

August 26, 2017 by


“Evolution,” “uprising,” “continuation” and “Rastafari” are words used by the 24-year-old singer-songwriter Chronixx. These identifiers embody every nuance of his long-awaited debutChronology, available now on his label Soul Circle (Virgin/Universal distribution). They tell the story of a young Jamaican music prodigy whose conscious views of the world continue the legacy of reggae’s forebearers, yet also blazes a new path for […]

Chronixx – Chronology North America Tour 2017 Vlog Ep. 1 [Video]

April 24, 2017 by


Chronixx continues to tour across North America until the end of April, gearing up for his highly-anticipated album debut Chronology. He recently added a Brooklyn date on Apr 24, making it his third sold out show on this tour alone, and will return to the U.S. at California’s annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival in June. Chronixx also heads […]

Chronixx – Likes [Song]

February 21, 2017 by


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. From “Behind Curtain” to “Odd Ras” to ” Sell My Gun,” Chronixx always delivers with his original flow and melody. “Likes” expands […]

Chronixx – Majesty [Video]

December 17, 2016 by


Jamaican roots artist Chronixx, a pioneering force in the contemporary reggae movement, is proud to announce his biggest tour to date and his debut album title, both named Chronology. This year alone, Chronixx & Zincfence Redemption Band headlined tours in Africa, Japan, Europe and North America and rocked major festival shows like Coachella (USA), Austin City Limits (USA), Lovebox (UK) and One Love (Italy) as well as supported the iconic UK rock band Stone Roses at Manchester […]

Ghetto Youths International – On the Corner Riddim [Album]

July 28, 2015 by


Ghetto Youths International unleashes the On The Corner Riddim, available now on iTunes. The 10-track compilation features reggae’s hottest stars over the hard-knocking roots riddim produced by Damian Marley. The album kicks off with the title track from dancehall reggae veteran Wayne Marshall, inspired by R.E.M.’s “Losing My Religion,” and closes with a dubbed out version finessed by Damian Marley. […]