Telecom Giant, MTN and leading entertainment company, Talent Africa, have flown in famous Jamaican reggae sensation real name Jamar McNaughton better known by his stage name Chronixx ahead of his show.
The reggae singer will be performing for the show dubbed ‘Pulse Jam Fest’ to mark MTN Pulse first anniversary happening on Saturday 29 at Sheraton gardens.
Pulse Jam Fest is one of the newest music festivals and edition, bringing a refreshing experience to the Kampala all day type of events tailored to offer not just youth, but revelers of all walks of life, a memorable reggae and dancehall festival.
The Festival organized by MTN and Talent Africa, will see the 26-year-old singer treat reggae lovers to his hits jams like Smile Jamaica, Black is beautiful, Ghetto Paradise, Behind curtain, Big Bad sound and Here comes trouble among others.
While addressing journalists ahead of the concert at Sheraton on Friday 28, Chronixx revealed that Uganda is a lovely Country with warm people. He added that Reggae fans should expect nothing but great performance.
“Uganda is a lovely Country with warm People. I am happy to be back here again. All the Reggae lovers should expect nothing less than a great performance from me and my team.”
He also added, “I was here about 3 years ago and this is going to be more fire. We carry Uganda in our hearts and it has a special position since our music is being received openly here and allover East Africa.”
The sensational ‘Smile Jamaica’ hit maker will be performing for the second time in the Country after making his first appearance way back in 2016.
Speaking at the event, Talent Africa boss Aly Alibhai said that the festival will be one of the great new events on the Ugandan social calendar.
“We are looking forward to having Chronixx perform at the Pulse Jam festival.it is going to be a great new event on the Ugandan social Calendar.”
He will be joined by Ugandan local artists Nina Roz, pallaso,Beenie Gunter, Maddox Ssematimba and DJs Naselow among others.