Shots from #Chronixx #Dread&Terribletour2015 #Seattle#Portland

Sold out show at #neumosSeattle

Seattle Representing for Reggae music #Seattle

#Seattle What a show the love was everywhere and chronixx lived up to every expectation

Some of my #Seattle family that made the trip down to #Portland

Portland showed up another SOLD OUT SHOW

Selecta YT from Smallaxe #SOUND kept the fire burning one of portland top Selecta

SeattleDancehallTV was in the building

BEFORE IT’S GONE/MIX by Bobby Hustle

This 34 track follow-up to the successful “Sweet Reggae Music” mix (released in 2013) features both released and unreleased material, encompassing much of the Hustle’s studio work from 2013 and 2014. DJ Triple Crown from Blessed Coast Sound mixed the project that includes production from Dynasty Records/Loud City, Jugglerz Records, Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor, Gachapan Records, Royal Order Music, Bread Back Productions, Hot Coffee Music, Lustre Kings, Heavy Roots, Wicked Vybz, Larger Than Life Records and more…

1. Walshy Fire Intro
2. “Before It’s Gone” – produced by Dynasty Records/Loud City Music (US)*
3. “Rolling Stone” #TravellersRiddim – produced by Larger Than Life Records (US)
4. “Let Dem Talk” #PenthouseRiddim – produced by Jugglerz Records (DE)
5. “Badman World” produced by Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor (JA/US)*
6. “The Baddest” produced by Gachapan Records (JP)*
7. “Float Away” produced by Wicked Vybz (US)*
8. “Call Me” produced by Dynasty Records/Loud City Music (US)*
9. “Pum Pum Holiday” #SimplyNaturalRiddim – produced by Larger Than Life Records (US)
10. “Never Walk Alone” #TallawahRiddim – produced by Larger Than Life Records (US)
And many more

*officially unreleased


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Dread & Terrible West Coast Tour hit Seattle

The night started with a frenzy for tickets as news spread that the Chronixx show was sold out. The anticipation for the sold out show grew. This renowned artist from Spanish Town, Jamaica is known for putting on a world class show. Chronixx delivered with his strong voice and compelling lyrics. The energy of the crowd, which filled the room to the rafters, tried to match the energy Chronixx and his band brought to the stage.

Love Jah @chronixxmusic thanks for blessing #seattle last night epic show #Da808music #generals

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Keznamdi started the show and brought St. Andrew, Jamaica to our city as the Dread & Terrible West Coast Tour hit Seattle. The momentum grew as the Reggae sounds moved the crowd.

It was a family affair as Kelissa took the stage next and her soulful voice and vibe warmed the room. The crowds swayed and jumped to her expansive music.

Chronixx took the stage and the crowd showed love as everyone moved to the sounds of “Smile Jamaica” and “Here Comes Trouble” among many hit songs that kept the crowd up. Everyone was transported to the shores of Jamaica as if one could imagine the streets of Kingston were just outside. The reality of the cold wind didn’t feel the same after the passionate live music.

Zions Gates and Blesscoast Sounds kept the party on beat. Da808music and Culture Yard put on a great show. Big Up Seattle . . . see you at the next one.

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Neumos Seattle, nvrMT promotions & da808seattle, and Culture Yard Present
The Dread & Terrible West Coast Tour
Friday February 27th. 8pm Doors. Ages 21+
Chronixx and Zinc Fence Redemption
Kelissa and Keznamdi

Advance Tickets online now at and Or Moe Bar by Neumos after 3pm

Hailed as a roots-reggae savior in his native Jamaica, 22-year old singer Chronixx is credited with restoring the soul and spirituality of reggae music. This devout Rastafarian’s positive-minded presentation of reggae has been drawing fans from around the globe. 2014 was a massive year for Chronixx, as he began European and USA tours in support of his debut record, the Dread and Terrible EP, getting major TV and Radio network coverage world-wide. Here in Seattle, we have been awaiting his debut performance and Friday Feb 27, 2015 is the Date for Seattle, at club NEUMOS!
Also on tour are the fresh artists Kelissa and Kezanamdi!
KELISSA sings over soulful, poetic world-beat music drawing of her verdant life experiences from Jamaica, Ghana to L.A, inspiring others with songs like Slow Down, Tomorrow Never Comes, Afrika, and Selassie I Way.
“Music gives us direction, a cure for our heart and a gateway to the divine. My passion is to share this with the world.”
To further excite the night is the performance of KEZNAMDI blending reggae with hip-hop and electronic music on his just-released “Bridging the Gap” EP

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