Sunday, 19 June 2016
Jamar Rolando Mc Noughton Jr, popularly known as Chronixx will perform tonight in Ethiopia after entertaining his fans in Kenya yesterday and Uganda on Friday. This is part of his Africa Soul Circle Tour. Next Saturday and Sunday, Chronixx will be in South Africa in the states of Johannesburg and Capetown respectively.
The show organised by Talent Africa was held at Ndere Cultural Centre in Ntinda. Reggae lovers were seen feeling irie, others enjoying the spliff and most of them donning reggae colors as they danced to music from Janzi Band, A-Pass and Cindy among others.
Cindy while performing, Dilemma, the song she did with Jamaica's Mr. G was joined by Bobi Wine and together thrilled the fans who were singing along...."I'm in a dilemma to tell you the truth..[Mr. G]-Im'apapapapapaapaphhh." as Cindy swung her right leg in the air for Bobi to sort out but for fear of being reprimanded by the Ghetto first lady, Bobi just played it cool with his eyes wide open and hands up in the air.
Chronixx is behind songs like Smile Jamaica which our very own Irene Ntale did again changing the title to Smile Uganda. Ghetto People, Selassie Souljahz, Mi Alright, Africa King, Play Some Roots and Plant it are some of the songs by the Jamaican artist.
Chronixx is booked for the rest of the year. After tonight's show in Addis Ababa, the Smile Jamaica singer will be left with 22 confirmed shows in the last six months of the year 2016 dubbed the European Summer Tour and the UK Summer Tour. Well, we also have our Chameleone on tour in the US where he's been for the last so many weeks and also David Lutaalo in Denmark.
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