As a 5 year old, Jamar McNaughton, aka 'Little Chronicle' after his father and soon to be 'Chronixx', wrote his first song 'Rice Grain' and recorded with veteran producer Danny Brownie by the time he was 11 years old. A divine link with Romaine 'Teflon' Arnett of Zinc Fence Recordz and Alty 'J.O.E' Nunes led to the Jah Ova Evil movement and the release of a string of hit singles such as Behind Curtain, African Heritage, Wall Street and Warrior. Arguably the hottest young artiste in the Reggae renaissance sweeping Jamaica over the past 4 years, Chronixx has stepped up the game with a rapid succession of hit songs, quality visuals and high profile performances which has ensured his position as a favourite among fans and media.
Since the beginning of this year, Chronixx has appeared on every major stage show in Jamaica, including a primetime debut slot at Reggae Sumfest as well as having performed in more than 15 countries on four continents" including a goodwill trip to Kenya before that country's elections as a peace ambassador. With songs like Smile Jamaica, Here Comes Trouble and They Don't Know, Chronixx will surely have Wickie Wackie beach rocking on Saturday night.
The $500 admission fee is a small token to pay for a night of great live music on the intimate Wickie Wackie beach with bonfires and Heatwave Sound juggling between sets. Sponsored by Red Stripe, Conceptual Lighting and Audio Services, New Impact Media Solutions Group and Jamaica Arts Holdings, Wickie Wackie Live has been well received by Reggae fans since its return in October and Saturday night is not to be missed.
Live Reggae music and a cold Red Stripe on a bonfired beach in Jamaica
– what more you want?