Reggae singer Chronixx has built an enviable track record for the past three years. His efforts are paying off as the ‘conscious music crusader’ is number one on Billboard’s Reggae album chart with his latest EP, Dread & Terrible.
Released on April 1, the Dread & Terrible project contains 10 tracks including Alpha & Omega, Here Comes Trouble, Capture Land and Eternal Fire. The set features production work from Phillip ‘Winta’ James; Lloyd ‘John John’ James; Chronixx’s in house production team, ZincFence Records; Overstand JA Records; and France-based Pierre Bost.
“Dread & Terrible for me is like a state of mind, ideology, whatever is good and pleasant is dread and terrible inna Babylon system. I’m kinda educating the youths about certain realities. Like a wake-up call,” Chronixx explained in an interview from his hotel in Spain, where he is in the middle of a 22-date European jaunt.
Dread & Terrible became an instant hit on iTunes reggae charts around the world. It is currently only available digitally. However, vinyl and compact disc editions are to be released shortly.
“We are aiming for everyone to discover the project. It’s a collector’s thing,” said Chronixx.