Chronixx – Jah Is There (Dread & Terrible Project 5 Years Anniversary)

Chronixx releases today the fifth year anniversary issue of his debut set, Dread & Terrible Project (DTP). The seminal project contained seven-certified timeless classic hits, including “Here Comes Trouble“, “Capture Land” and “Spirulina“, plus three dub versions. Previously unreleased ” Jah Is There

Breaking into the Billboard Top 200 after topping the Reggae Chart made the unthinkable an actuality. Chronixx continues to tour the world, some of the project’s songs forming the spine of the set list. Alpha & Omega has been a consistent opener, while Capture Land and Here Comes Trouble continue to spark huge crowd responses.

Beyond acting as a breakthrough for the artist himself, the project proved a landmark release for the “reggae revival” movement. Against-the-grain, Chronixx made his debut US TV performance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Performing Rastafarian-recruitment anthem “Here Comes Trouble” as an independently-released Jamaican inspired a new generation of artists.

Chronixx found it both a musical and spiritual experience in hindsight. DTP reminds him of a simpler time being a young artist starting his Rastafarian journey. “[Musically] I was at a crossroads where I could’ve said ‘I want to be this artist or that type of artist‘. I think choosing to go this path and represent something that could benefit a lot of people positively was the main experience I [had],” he said.