Full name: Jamar Rolando McNaughton
Birthday: 10 October 1992
Place of birth: Spanish Town, St. Catherine, Jamaica
Award winning Chronixx originally went by the name "Little Chronicle" which he was given because of his father, the reggae artist "Chronicle".
He wrote his first song, "Rice Grain", at the age of 5 and began his recording career at the age of 11. At the age of 14, he began producing and building riddims, singing harmony vocals for artists including Lutan Fyah and creating riddims used by the likes of Konshens and Munga Hornourebel.
With a large global fan base and inline with the positive messaging in his songs, in 2013 he travelled to Kenya where he acted as a peace ambassador ahead of that country’s general election.
Chronixx's fans including Rolling Stones’ frontman Mick Jagger (who attended Chronixx's Central Park concert in 2014 to celebrate his 71st birthday) and TV presenter Jimmy Fallon (who first heard Chronixx's hit "Here Comes Trouble" whilst on holiday in Jamaica and went on to personally request he perform live on Fallon’s TV show).
In 2014, Chronixx released his EP “Dread & Terrible,” which rose to the top of the Billboard Reggae Album Chart and earned a Number 2 spot on the Digital Reggae Singles Chart. By March of 2015, the EP had been in the Top 10 of the Top Reggae Albums chart for 42 weeks in a row.
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