Chronixx’s Pulse Jam Fest Tickets Still Up for Grabs

By Wycliff G;

Jamaican Reggae Superstar Chronixx is already in Uganda and guess what? You can’t afford to miss his historical performance by grabbing yourself an affordable ticket on the market.

The ‘Here comes trouble’ singer touched down in Uganda on Thursday evening, welcomed by a huge entourage from the Rastafarian family in Uganda.

He will perform live at the MTN Pulse Jam Fest slated for Saturday 28th June at Sheraton Hotel Gardens in Kampala.

Tickets go for Shs. 40K (ordinary) and Shs. 100K (VIP), all accessible at MTN Service center Acacia Mall and Forest Mall Lugogo.

Born real names ‘Jamar McNaughton’, Chronixx, is a Jamaican reggae artist. His stage name replaced the name “Little Chronicle” which he was given because of his father, the singer “Chronicle”. Chronixx and his music has been branded as a “Reggae Revival”, alongside other reggae musicians including Alborosie, Dre Island, Jah Bouks, Jah9, Protoje, Kelissa, Jesse Royal, Keznamdi and Kabaka Pyramid. His lyrical content revolves around themes of anti-war, romantic declarations and resiliency.

About Chronixx

Jamar began songwriting at an early age and his father Selvin McNaughton, known professionally as “Chronicle”, began to nurture his musical aspirations. McNaughton wrote his first song, “Rice Grain”, at the age of 5.

He attended St Catherine High School in Spanish Town. He started his recording career at the age of 11, recording a Gospel track with producer Danny Browne (which was not released), and went on to provide harmony vocals for artists such as Lutan Fyah as well as beginning production work, composing rhythms used by artists such as Konshens Popcaan and Munga Hornourebel for Mavrick Records.

At the age of 14, he began producing and building riddims, including the Freezer riddim for Ice Box Records. In 2009 Chronixx’s brother died which led to him writing with Romaine ‘Teflon’ Arnett of Zincfence Records.

We will keep you posted





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