Chronixx serves up a feel-good video for his single “I Can” off his debut album Chronology.
The breathtaking video was shot via a drone and starts out with Chronixx playing piano in his yard while some kids play football with their bare feet which is the norm for Jamaican kids. The cut then went on to showcase life in the ghetto outside of the usual crime and violence. The 4-minute video shows footage of a video, people praying in church, school kids playing, kids diving off a waterfall, and some breathtaking aerial shots showcasing the beauty 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,” the reggae star sings.
Chronixx received a Grammy nomination for his debut album Chronology at this years Grammys, but was edged out by Damian Marley’s Stony Hill despite being the early favorite. The singer is currently releasing visuals and touring while supporting the album with his Chronology World Tour.
Watch the video for “I Can” below.