All photos courtesy of Yomi Brasko.
Jamaican star Chronixx delivers a new visual for the single ‘Majesty’, which is explained below:
On “Majesty,” the Jamaican singer-songwriter Chronixx pays respect to all the queens in this beautifully orchestrated interpretation of the Jamaican singer Otis Gayle’s 1971 Studio One classic ‘I’ll Be Around” (originally sung by the ’70s soul group The Spinners). In the video (directed by Che Kothari and Chronixx), the singer serenades his love in a dreamy scenario, set in a rustic cabin surrounded by the lush Jamaican scenery of Strawberry Hill Together in the parish of St. Mary.
The track originally appeared on Chronixx & Federation Sound’s Roots and Chalice; now, the single serves as the first official offering from Chronixx’ forthcoming debut album Chronology (out sometime early next year).
Chronixx liberates a new tune titled ‘Ghetto People’, a more traditional Reggae number that sees production from Jr. Gong (AKA Damian Marley) and Ghetto Youth Intl.
In related news, those that missed the Jamaican artist during Glastonbury can catch him on an ongoing UK tour (dates above).
In the second episode of Noisey’s (second) series on Jamaican culture, Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire introduces us to rising reggae artists Chronixx, Protoje and more.
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