Chronixx has dropped a new modern reggae tune called “Safe N Sound”, in which he rallies against oppression, violence and corruption but also speaks about “more love flowing in the streets”, while calling for “evolution time”,it’s what we call a political offering and it strongly reminds me of Burna Boy’s “Collateral Damage”.
The artist has been busy in recent times, from his collaboration with Ed Sheeran on the dancing tune “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber and Koffee, to his track with WizKid titled “Jam”. He also collaborated with the amazing Alicia Keys on the “Underdog” remix, together with Protoje, Free Nationals on “Eternal Light” and Lucky Daye on “Roll Some Mo”.
He has also performed on the stages of the biggest music festivals such as Glastonbury, Coachella and the Governor’s Ball, as well as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he has performed three times already, with the likes of Vanity Fair, Vogue, GQ and The New York Times also counting themselves as huge fans of his.
He has sold out shows in Africa, the Caribbean, US, Canada, Japan, Australia, Europe and the UK, where he recently performed at London’s Alexandra Palace, playing to over 10,000 fans, making it the biggest capacity headline by a reggae artist in British history.
Watch the video for “Safe N Sound” below: