CHRONIXX delivered a proper dose of roots, rock, reggae to a full house at Jamaica College in St Andrew on Saturday. The singer’s performance was a part of his Captureland Tour, which had previous stagings in Negril and St Elizabeth. The Portland leg was completed last night.
Backed by his Zinc Fence Redemption band, Chronixx won his audience by singing the first line of his single Alpha and Omega. Minutes later, he warmed up the auditorium with Start a Fyah. This was followed by other hits from his lengthy collections including Never Give Up, Walk with the Saviour, and Thanks and Praise. His fans obviously enjoyed each song and this was evident through the flashing of lighters, waves and dancing.
The singer soon shared stage space with reggae acts Kelissa and Kabaka Pyramid.
The sole female performer of the night, Kelissa thrilled her fans with a her single Slow Down and a rendition of Tessanne Chin’s Don’t Waste Your Time.
Pyramid got a section of the audience wild with his controversial single Mr Politician Man.
Chronixx then diverted his attention to the women and thrilled them with Smile Jamaica, ballads like Don’t Take My Love for Granted, and Somewhere. Proving that he was not only talented in the recording studios but also on stage, Chronixx threw in energetic performances with tracks including Behind Curtain, Spirulina and Warrior.
Between songs like Captureland, Who Knows and Here Comes Trouble, Chronixx interacted with the audience and gave explanations and stories which improved the overall experience.
Other performances also came from Keznamdi and Dre Island.