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Jamaica's highly-touted musician Chronixx performing at Alexandra Palace on 11th November 2018 today. The one-off headline show, which is Chronixx’s first London date since his sold-out show at Brixton Academy last summer, will see Protoje & The Indiggnation supporting.
Produced by French production duo Bost & Bim (Capleton, Morgan Heritage, Sizzla, Admiral T), ‘Skankin’ Sweet’ is the most streamed song from Chronixx’s critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated debut album ‘Chronology’. In addition to being one of the set highlights from the world-wide Chronology Tour last year (which saw Chronixx perform to a combined audience of over half a million), ‘Skankin’ Sweet’ was performed by Chronixx on the likes of Later… with Jools Holland, Radio 1Xta Live Lounge and NPR Music Tiny Desk.
Since 2012, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter and producer Chronixx has organically built a devoted fan-base and turned industry heads as one of Jamaica’s fastest, most-promising talents to represent the iconic Caribbean island to a global audience. Described as a “legend” (by the likes of Noisey and GQ), who is putting Rastafarianism back into Reggae, Chronixx’s own take on the roots sound has been lauded as the jump of point for a “musical revolution”.
Over the years Chronixx as built up an international fan base including celebrities such as Usain Bolt who hosted Chronixx's first live show, Mick Jagger, U2, Jimmy Fallon. He also worked with the likes of Major Lazer, who curated and released his first mixtape, Rudimental who featured on his album 'Chronology, as well as going on tour with legends such as Nas and Ms Lauren Hill last Autumn