VIDEO: Chronixx Shells Down South Florida – #ReggaeRevival

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Published on September 12, 2013 with No Comments

South Florida got a special treat this past weekend when young reggae phenom Chronixx made his debut appearance. The young reggae prodigal is the son of respected Jamaican session singer, Chronicle and is currently touring the East Coast (Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Connecticut, New York) but his first stop was South Florida at Revolution Live.

Chronixx Hits Up South Florida

Chronixx Hits Up South Florida

As I approached the venue, the excitement in the air was palpable.  I knew that this performance would be memorable and I would leave with more than just a good time…. what everyone would experience that night was what Chronixx himself calls a #ReggaeRevival .  I concur!

CHRONIXX and Zinc Fence Redemption rocked the packed house at Revolution Live and left no one doubting that they had just witnessed history.  Watching Chronixx, I imagined how someone might have felt watching a young Bob Marley decades earlier..simply in awe.  He is charismatic on stage, his vocals are smooth and he never loses his message of Rastafari.  The artist was also pleased with the performance and posted:

Give thanks to di whole Florida family who forward to support d music last night! Jah light shine bright inna revolution last night. #zincfenceredemption sold out!! The best way to start our U.S. tour.

It is good to know that young reggae artists are still out there honing their craft.  Chronixx is helping to keep reggae music alive and kicking (literally! wat a wey him cyaan kick..LOL).

RCS SIDEBAR:  Shout out to the Zinc Fence Redemption Band and opening act Kelissa….good music!

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