Jamaican iconic reggae music star real name Jamar McNaughton alias Chronixx has assured fans in Uganda that rastas don’t do harm as they are perceived.
While performing for the Jam Pulse Fest held at Sheraton Hotel gardens on Saturday 29, chronixx revealed that rastas preach the gospel of unity among people in the World. The singer said reggae music is still such an iconic uniting factor World over.
Chronixx, who stepped on stage at around 10:13 Pm, received thunderous welcome from the fans who seemed tired of waiting for him.
The 26-year-old did not waste any minute as he hurried in strictly to do what he was paid to do; entertain revelers who had gathered in thousands.
Sponsored by MTN Uganda and Talent Africa, this was no similar show to any other, as gates were opened as early as 12:00 Pm.by that time, partiers were already seen struggling and lining for tickets, it was no easy thing at all for non Pulsers.
Chronixx’s performance was extremely different from the rest of the shows we see in Kampala. The star held the crowd at the palm of his hand close to 3 hours,a rare thing from most of the singers.
He did justice to his hit songs Majesty, Black is Beautiful, Skankin Sweet, Here comes Trouble,Behind Curtain,Ghetto Paradise,Legend and Smile Jamaica among others,giving reggae lovers a full dose of the genre.
Respect,love and unity is what we as raggea artists preach to the World,we are not bad people as society perceives us to be.
We are taking over from where our great men of that time left the World in,they tried to unite the World and that’s exactly what we are doing.
He kept on mentioning and praising the role played by Haile Selasie,an Ethiopian regent and Emperor way back in 1930 to 1974.
Chronixx will be performing in Manchester in August 10,Leeds in August 11 and Benicassim in Spain on the 16th of August,2019.
There were also performances from Ugandan local artists Cindy,Rabadaba,Weasel,Pallaso,beanie gunter,Vampino,Maddox Sematimba,Nina Roz and DJs Naselow,Ciza and LL among others.