SPARK-ENT – APRIL 2, 2014 – CHRONIXX – DREAD AND TERRIBLE PROJECT
Here are new visuals from Chronixx taken from The Dread & Terrible project. ‘Rastaman Wheel Out ‘ is a mini film / music video of ruffly 9 minutes directed by Ras Kassa.
” Is only a few foolish police officers would harass and charge a humble rasta man for carrying a personal stash of herb on his way. I say those days will soon be no more. incoming a ting call…RASTAMAN WHEEL OUT ” – Chronixx
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THE DREAD AND TERRIBLE PROJECT
The project is compiled of 7 tracks & 3 dub versions produced by various producers. ” Dread & Terrible ” will also be released on CD & Vinyl available at each Chronixx’s concert around the world – The ” Dread & Terrible ” World Tour will start March 26th in Amsterdam, Holland – All dates are available on Chronixx’s website.
Chronixx is the man behind The ” Dread & Terrible ” project. The 21 year old jamaican singer wrote all the songs, composed, recorded & mixed a few tracks himself. He also compiled the project & was really involved in the creation of the artwork & all the visuals for this project.
“What is good and pleasant in Zion is dread and terrible in babylon. This project to me stand as a reminder that the struggle and the spiritual fight for the liberation of I an I people, even after five centuries, is still on. And I hope it will assemble the willing and able youths of my generation to rise as our forefathers did and press towards the liberation of I an I people which is all the righteous citizens of this planet.” words by Chronixx
The ” Dread & Terrible ” project
#Itunes Pre-order link : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dread-terrible/id841489884
#1 – Alpha & Omega – Produced by John John
(J.Mcnaughton / F.Mcgregor / E.Smith)
#2 – Here comes trouble – Produced by Overstand JA Records
(J.Mcnaughton / S. Dunbar,R. Shakespeare, I. Kamoze/ P. James)
#3 – Capture land – Produced by Overstand JA Records (J.Mcnaughton / P.James )
#4 – Rastaman Wheel out – Produced by Special Delivery Music
(J.Mcnaughton / M.Bost / J.Dessus / P.Bost)
#5 – Eternal fire – Produced by Special Delivery Music (J.Mcnaughton / T.Broussard / T.Join-Lambert)
#6 – Spirulina – Produced by ZincFence Records
(J.Mcnaughton / R.Arnett / R.Lynch)
#7 – Like a whistle – Produced by ZincFence Records (J.Mcnaughton / R.Arnett / R.Lynch)
#8 – Alpha & Omega Dub – Produced by John John
(J.Mcnaughton / / F.Mcgregor / E.Smith)
#9 – Here comes trouble Dub – Produced by Overstand JA Records (J.Mcnaughton / S. Dunbar,R. Shakespeare, I. Kamoze/ P. James)
#10 – Capture land Dub – Produced by Overstand JA Records (J.Mcnaughton / P.James )
Executive producer: Jamar Mcnaughton aka Chronixx Artwork by : Andrew Cachia
Mastered by : Chris Athens
Mixing engineers : Jamar Mcnaughton (1, 6, 7 & 8),
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Gregory Morris (2 & 9), Marc Lee (3 & 10), Laurent Dupuis (5 & 6)
Listen to ” Spirulina ” on https://soundcloud.com/chronixxmusic
“The song Spirulina is really I an I way as rasta youth to promoting a healthy lifestyle. And it also, in a creative way, depicts some real life experiences where it was nutrition that rescued me from certain illnesses. Big up to “Viva” – veteran Juiceman and a great one of the world’s many spirulina pioneers.” . words by Chronixx
READ Dread and Terrible Review by Angus Taylor of Reggaeville here:
A long or extended playing release by Chronixx has been a potential red letter day in the reggae freak’s calendar from at least late 2012. And, after keeping his cards unusually close to his chest in interviews, the announcement of the cool head on young shoulders’ first proper project came rather suddenly: with just 2 weeks’ notice via a Soundcloud of health food related dancehall single Spirulina. So it is with a sense of some relief – yet not a whole lot of disbelief – that his debut statement over ten tracks (two old, five new, three dubs) is every bit as impressive as the hype ideally ought to beget.
The opening two tunes are roots, known and elite. Alpha and Omega, built by Jammys son John John, with its sample of Al Campbell’s You Jamming, ploughs the early 80s furrow that fellow reggae reviver Protoje’s mined since his album 8 Year Affair. Thumping, all conquering tune of 2013 Here Comes Trouble is wisely positioned in the “now we get serious” spot as the second song.
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SEE snippets performances of CHRONIXX , DRE ISLAND AND KELISSA who are all on tour. Shots from Melkweg, Amsterdam (NL)
GET the DREAD AND TERRIBLE project on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/dread-terrible/id841489884