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Chronixx rolls out the highly anticipated music video for his smash hit ‘I Can’. The feel-good single is featured on the Reggae superstar’s chart-topping Grammy-nominated ‘Chronology’ album. ‘I Can’ music video was shot on location in Jamaica. The cut starts with Chronixx playing piano in a yard. The music video showcases life in the ghetto outside of the usual crime and violence which is depicted by the media. The 4-minute video shows footage of people praying in church, school kids playing, kids diving off a waterfall, and some breathtaking aerial shots of the beautiful of the island paradise Jamaica. “When I look at where I’m coming from I know I’m blessed, and I close my eyes and smile / Sometimes I feel like / The richest man in Babylon / And I’ve done my best / So everything’s alright inside,” Chronixx sings.

Chronixx, whose given name is Jamar McNaughton secured two awards at the 2018 staging of the Your View Awards (YVAs) held at the National Indoor Sports Centre in St Andrew, Jamaica over the weekend. He won awards for ‘Favourite Local Chart-Topping Song of the Year’ with ‘Likes’ and Favourite ‘Local Album of The Year’ for ‘Chronology’.


Popcaan and NotNice thinks that Good Good Productions blatantly jacked their “El Chapo” beat.

Good Good’s new beat, Life’s Path Riddim, has been getting a lot of attention with artists like Masicka, I-Octane, Konshens, and Bugle recording songs on the project. According to NotNice, who produced Popcaan’s single “El Chapo,” wants the producer at Good Good Production to give him credit for his work and stop acting like it’s an original effort. “It good say me can inspire other producers out there innu, but dem fi just gimme me credit and stop gwaan like dem tek people fi fool,” NotNice said while adding that this has been a problem in dancehall for a long time. “It happen all the while, but I think this one is the most plain one. Other people do it and kinda mask it one way, but not dah one yah. I think dem did a try make it sound more like it than try fi mask it,” he added.

A rep for Popcaan told us that the dancehall deejay heard the riddim and strongly agrees with NotNice that the Life Path Riddim is a total ripoff. “This is what the music come to, producer stealing riddims and acting like its nothing, it no look good and Poppy see it clear,” the deejay’s rep told Urban Islandz. “How all the other artists feel when them hear the riddim and realize say them a voice on NotNice riddim?” Good Good Productions has remained silent on the accusations. Listen to both beats below and be your own judge.

Alkaline, Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, Shaggy, Bounty Killer, and more reggae/dancehall artists paid home to Bob Marley on his 73rd birthday.

If he was alive today, Bob Marley would have been celebrating his 73rd birthday smoking a big ganja spliff and spreading words of wisdom. The King of Reggae was born on February 6, 1945 which means on Tuesday he would have turned 73. One of the world’s most iconic musicians passed away at age 36 following a battle with cancer. Over the years there has been many conspiracy theory surrounding his death including a recent report that he was assassinated by the CIA.

Nevertheless, today and for the rest of the month we will be celebrating the birth of Robert Nesta Marley, OM, a true Jamaican hero and one of the greatest artists of all-time. Local celebrities like Alkaline, Shaggy, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man and the Marley brothers Damian, Stephen, and Ziggy all remembered Bob.

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Chronixx want his fans to put some respect on Damian Marley’s name.

The Chronology singer’s legion of fans has been going in on Marley since winning the Best Reggae Album Grammy on Sunday night. While Damian Marley received overwhelming support in the reggae/dancehall community, a large portion of Chronixxfan base believes he was robbed of the trophy and Jr. Gong only won because of the Marley name. Myself, as well as, a host of other reggae pundits disagree with that assessment. Stony Hill is a masterpiece and so is Chronology but the better album won.

In the midst of the heavy backlash on his Instagram page, Chronixx pushed back against some of his own fans when he posted a video from a Damian Marley performance at the Woodstock Festival in Poland last year. “Watch what you say about the GONG! We couldn’t have a Chronixx without a Damian Marley,” Chronixx wrote.

A rep for the Grammy-nominated singer told Urban Islandz on Wednesday that he grew agitated while reading the comments made against Gong. We’re also told that he has since privately reached out to Damian Marley and congratulated him on his win. “Chronixx has contacted Gong and congratulated him on his Grammy win, we all know that he deserves to win because like us, he put out a great album,” a PR rep for Chronixx told us. “There would be no Chronixx with Damian Marley and he has always been a big fan and always wanted to work with Gong so this is just some fans expressing their feelings and some of them took it a bit too far. There is no bad blood between them and love lost this is pure rasta love, peace and unity.” Chronixx also addressed his eyebrow-raising comments about the Grammys made on social media on Sunday when he chided the Recording Academy for not televising the reggae category. “I think reggae music is big enough to be televised live so this is just opening up the dialog to see we can achieve that in the near future,” he said.

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