Chronixx’s latest tune, Eternal Light, a collaboration with US band, The Free Nationals is creating waves globally.
The song has been described as sensual track which speaks of “good vibration” and “positive vibes”, complemented by the Reggae element provided by Chronixx. Fans of the artiste are over the moon about the his sultry vocals on the highly romantic track. Since the official video began steaming on YouTube on October 14, it has racked up more than 540,000 views and more than 300 comments from impressed music lovers.
“Where the hell do u guys find all these artists??? All this damn talent and no one decides to tell me about it n I gotta go find it myself smh,” one follower Mamamoo VRomance said.
“Chronixx and Free Nationals mash up is fire. Chronixx has been doing his thing for years if you haven’t heard of him…you’re late. Betta late than never,” was Right Ink’s charge to persons who were just learning of the Spanish Town native.
Other viewers apparently were in love with the sound of the Reggae star’s voice.
“Chronixx got the sexiest voice in the whole wide world! Oh yes, good vibrations!’ Jeri Smith said.
Free Nationals are best known as rapper and songwriter Anderson.Paak’s live band. The band has in the past served as opening act for artistes such as Beyoncé and have participated in World Tours alongside J.Cole, Bruno Mars among others.
According to its description on Spotify, the quartet pays homage to the musical legends that paved the way for them, such as such as Stevie Wonder, B.B. King, Herbie Hancock and Al Green.
Members of the band were also elated with having worked with Chronixx and were highly impressed with his enthusiasm and creativity.
“It was a pleasure to work with Chronixx on ‘Eternal Light’,” the band’s drummer Callum Connor is quoted as saying. “The melody ideas he comes up with are unlike anyone else. They are totally different from the usual R&B pop writers we work with.”