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“WITH anything put to a tune posing as music now a days, it is always refreshing to find an artiste whose heart can genuinely be found in every note, line and drum beat of the music. Enter Chronixx. Nineteen-year-old Jamar 'Chronixx' McNaughton is the youngest musical force about to hit Jamaica today. Chronixx, once known as 'Little Chronicle', is the son of local Reggae artiste, Chronicle, and grew up in the studio, learning first-hand from popular artistes like Burro Banton, Norris Man and the legendary Gregory Issacs. Now a rising force in the industry, Chronixx is a militant pioneer of Jamaica's newest genre of music which fuses culture, reggae, hip hip and spoken word poetry with Afrocentricism and Rastafari, dubbed 'rebel' music.”
“If you love music from your heart, you can do no wrong is the philosophy of upcoming artiste Chronixx. The 19-year-old singer is quickly earning a reputation on the live-music scene with his sweet voice and even sweeter lyrics. Son of singer Chronicle, Jamar ‘Chronixx’ McNaughton believes he was born to do music. “Chronixx is a yute with an open-minded approach to music. I’ve been doing music all my life, I’ve never worked a day in my life outside of music,” he told The Sunday Gleaner recently. ”
“Setting the pace with his single Start A Fire, the rising musical sensation Chronixx, did just that. He goes on to catch a fire with a number of his releases including Rain Music and his most popular tune to date Capitalist, in collaboration with the rapper Infinite. ”