"Majesty" By Jamaican Singer 'Chronixx' Is Why We're So Proud To Be Black And African!

On "Majesty," the Jamaican singer-songwriter and Pan-African music artiste Chronixx, pays respect to all the Queens in this beautifully orchestrated interpretation of the Jamaican singer Otis Gayle's 1971 Studio One classic "I’ll Be Around" (originally sung by the '70s soul group The Spinners). In the video (directed by Che Kothari and Chronixx), the singer serenades his love in a dreamy scenario, set in a rustic cabin surrounded by the lush Jamaican scenery of Strawberry Hill Together in the parish of St. Mary. 

"Majesty" will serve as the first visual from Chronixx's debut album Chronology (slated for release early 2017) and is also included on the Spanish Town-native’s recent mixtape Roots and Chalice with NYC-based Federation Sound, which dropped early 2016.

Chronixx is a wonderful musician whose music gives life to all who hear this great Pan-African Son sing his melodious tunes of love, peace, joy, harmony and the fall of the oppressors. His lyrical art is revolutionary and is surely awakening the minds of African Youths. We love Chronixx and we know you do too. So in support of his debut album Chronology, Chronixx announced his headlining 2017 North American Tour (which is going to be AWESOME!!!) See the dates and get your tickets for his next events here.

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