Jamaican Music

Review: Chronixx at Revolution Live in South Florida September 7th, 2013

Written by David Muir
Best of the Best Entertainment, 99 Jamz and Humble Lion were justified placing their belief in talents of rising reggae star, Chronixx. With doors opening at the advertised 11 pm, Chronixx fans poured into Revolution Live and waited patiently for the young Rasta General to grace the stage. 
 
The fans were entertained by multiple DJs before the opening act, Kelissa, took to the stage. Kelissa showed her skills doing well to maintain the vibes with the now packed house anxious to hear from Chronixx; The General. 
 
When Chronixx finally hit the stage the humble and engaging artist wowed the crowd with everyone’s favorite songs. Chronixx rocked the crowd with his conscious lyrics and messages of Rastafari. He is one of the few artists who is in the dancehall arena standing firm with uplifting messages. It is no wonder that Florida warmly welcomed him with open arms.
 
Chronixx wooed his fans with both his appealing voice and message and did not disappoint on his debut performance in Florida. He performed songs: “Ain’t No Giving In;” “Take My Love For Granted;” “Warrior;” “Here Comes the Trouble;” as well as clear crowd favorites such as the anthem, “Smile Jamaica,” the very revealing “They Don’t Know,” and the super-hit “Behind Curtain.” 
 
Chronixx proved to be a solid performer who is clearly ready to be Dancehall-Reggae’s next ambassador who also has the potential to be Jamaica’s next musical superstar.
 

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