Reggae Artist Chronixx beat the streets with Africa’s Children

Reggae artist Chronixx takes a break from his #RootsAndChalice world tour to get to know the  people of Africa, especially its Children. Chronixx is seen here with some of Ethiopia’s youth, while in  Piazza Addis Ababa for the Ethiopian leg of the tour.

Piazza, Ethiopia Credit:  Chronixx Facebook page
Piazza, Ethiopia
Credit: Chronixx Facebook page

This image published on Chronixx’s official facebook page features a caption in which he encourages people to let go of their biases and push beyond stereotypes. He encourages “Go and become one with the truth, connect with the people, learn their language, get lost, find your way, let the people feed you, share what you have with them…even if all that you have is your culture.”

Chronixx who has long expressed his deep rooted feelings for the Continent of Africa, displays a love like no other. From the faces of these children it is clear that they have accepted him as one of their own and the love is reciprocated. This sentiment is clearly shared by the thousands of Africans who have been touched by the  music and reached out to the artist via social media. Some even liken him to Bob Marley and Joseph ‘Culture’ Hill. “For such is the Kingdom of Heaven,” one can only be humbled by the faces of smiling children.

Chronixx futher encourages ” Don’t be afraid of the people, learn the ways of the streets because a time will come when the bubble of society pop. Then…the rich will be the ones with true survival skills.” It is the roots that makes the tree strong, one must always remember to nourish them.


Chronixx and Zincfence Redemption will close  the African leg of their #RootsAndChalice world tour in South Africa. There will be two shows in Johannesburg and Cape Town and they promise to be a massive blowout of spiritual vibes and great Reggae music!! This comes on the back of great reviews for performances in Ethiopia and Kenya. Chronixx and the Zincfence Redemption will be live in concert at Walter Sisulu Square and Grace performing arts center on the 25th and 26th of June  respectively. To see more about Chronixx and the Zincfence Redemption tour dates visit http://chronixxmusic.com/tour-dates/.

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