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Chronixx to appear on the Tonight Show next Tuesday

Chronixx 2014Prominent Jamaican singer, Chronixx is set for his first appearance on prime time American television as he is set to perform at NBC’s The Tonight Show on Tuesday.

The universally-regarded Reggae musician, who is currently in the final stages of the U.S. leg of his Dread and Terrible tour, will be appearing on the late night talk show, hosted by veteran comedian, Jimmy Fallon, to help promote his recently-released EP of the same name. The artist, whose real name is Jamar McNaughton, will be performing alongside his Zinc Fence Redemption band.

Chronixx’s Dread and Terrible tour began in Amsterdam on March 27, and has seen him perform in cities such as Munich, Dortmund, Berlin, Vienna, Paris and Stockholm. The American part of his tour kicked off on May 25 and has seen the singer make stops in New York, Florida, Philadelphia, Connecticut, Boston and Maryland, among other cities. His appearance on The Tonight Show precedes his closing show on the tour: Summer Stage at New York’s Central Park on July 26.

Prior to next week’s shows, Chronixx and his Zinc Fence band scheduled to perform at International Night 1 of Reggae Sumfest 2014 tonight. He is featured on a bill that includes Beenie Man, Jah Cure, Shuga and Jesse Royal as well as American singer, Jason Derulo and American rap superstar, Wiz Khalifa.

Meanwhile, Chronixx is set for several festivals across Europe throughout the remainder of the summer, including shows in France, Germany, Croatia, Spain, Slovakia and Denmark, with the European leg of the Dread and Terrible tour concluding on Sept. 6.

 

 

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Event: Best Of The Best Memorial Weekend Concert in Miami! – @BESTOFTHEBEST

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Best Of The Best Entertainment, in association with, Rockers Island Entertainment andMassive B, will once again bring the heat to the streets of South Florida during Memorial Weekend (May 23 – 26), with several blockbuster parties and exclusive shindigs — all anchored by the city’s long running music, culinary and arts festival, Best Of The Best 2014.


This year’s big concert will be held Sunday, May 25th at Bayfront Park (301 Biscayne Blvd.) in downtown Miami and feature performances from a bevy of Reggae, Dancehall and Soca giants, including Beres HammondBarrington Levy and Cocoa Tea, alongside Tarrus RileyChronixx,Elephant ManSinging MelodyBunji GarlinEdwin Yearwood and Nature. Additions to the “100% Caribbean” lineup will be announced over the coming months.


Best Of The Best will be hosted by JabbaJamusaDJ RoyHollywood ButtaMikey Mike,800 BunjieEmpress YvetteRagashantiNikki Z and Ricky Platinum. Music by Massive B,Waggy TMetro MediaHypa SnypaDJ KMFergie N SpringerBashment KidJah Stream,Fire Redz and Juxy Fire.


Prior to the main event, Best Of The Best Entertainment will produce a star-studded Welcome To Miami pre-party on Friday, May 23rd at Madhouse/Cafe Iguana Pines (8358 Pines Blvd.) in Pembroke Pines. Following the Sunday show, all roads will lead to the Official BOTB After Party at Bayside Hut (3501 Rickenbacker Causeway). On Memorial Monday, May 26th, the promoters will sponsor a Celebrity Soccer Match at Fort Lauderdale Regional Park (3700 N.W. 11th Place).


The Best Of The Best franchise remains the country’s largest, multicultural, family-oriented festival, consistently welcoming thousands of visitors from urban centers around the United States, including New York, D.C., Atlanta, Houston, as well as from the Caribbean, South America and Europe. General Admission tickets for Best Of The Best 2014 are currently on sale for $37 while VIP/OPEN BAR tickets are on sale for $109. Both early bird deals available untilMarch 16th.

 


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Repeat winners, interesting performances dominate 2014 Youth View Awards

Tifa 2014If this year’s staging of the highly-touted Youth View Awards sounded oddly familiar to the 2013 edition, it did as several winners from last year’s show defended their respective honors on a largely entertaining show.

The National Indoor Centre played host to a somewhat revamped edition of the show Saturday night, including the addition of 44 nominees to 22 of the show’s 24 categories. In most cases, however, that tweak did little to sway the opinions of the young adults and teenagers who mainly vote for the show, given its focus around celebrating entertainers and media personalities they revere.

Performances were mostly lively throughout the night, with I-Octane’s in particular standing out, including a mixture of older and current hits in his set. Additionally, 17-year-old American singer, Zendaya was one of two special guests performing on the night, showcasing hits such as her breakout song, Replay, while another 17-year-old upstart, Samantha J performed her smash hit, Tight Up Skirt. But while performances were fresh and offered variety during the show, the awards results again followed trends set in past years.

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Monty Alexander celebrates the crossroads where Jazz and Reggae intersect

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A Weeklong Lineup of Collaborative Shows at Blue Note Jazz Club

January 2014

In a career spanning five decades, pianist Monty Alexander has built a reputation exploring and bridging the worlds of American jazz, popular song, and the music of his native Jamaica, finding in each a sincere spirit of musical expression.  This January, he will come to Blue Note Jazz Club to present a lineup of collaborative shows that combine the worlds of jazz and reggae in perfect harmony.

An award-winning artist, Monty Alexander has performed and recorded with artists from every corner of the musical universe and entertainment world, including Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Ray Brown, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Clark Terry, Quincy Jones, Ernest Ranglin, Barbara Hendricks, Bill Cosby, Bobby McFerrin, and Sly & Robbie, among others. To celebrate the breadth of musical genres his work has combined, Monty is proud to have assembled a diverse group of performers to showcase his evolution of sound.

Rocking Reggae Meets Jazz and Swing

 Monty Alexander’s weeklong showcase will preview on January 13th with a double-feature lineup.  The Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express will kick off the night with a release party and performance for their new release on Motema Records.  The Harlem-Kingston Express project combines two groups into one, seamlessly blending rocking reggae music with classic, acoustic jazz.

Afterwards, Caterina ZapponiBucky and Martin Pizzarelli, and Frank Vignola come together to present a lineup of jazz and swing-centric compositions.  In her career, the gifted multi-lingual vocalist Caterina Zapponi has explored music ranging from jazz and the American popular song to cabaret and musical theater.  She was a finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Vocal Jazz Competition and has since performed at prestigious venues including New York’s Birdland, and The Blue Note, and internationally at the Verbier and Saint Barthelemy festivals.  Her recordings include the album Universal Love Songs, released by Inak Music in 2001, and the forthcoming Amorosa on Motema Music. Zapponi is a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild, and performed “A Song For You” for the film For the Love of the Game with Kevin Costner.

Bucky Pizzarelli, a legendary swing guitarist and banjoist, has performed with the likes of Les Paul, Stephane Grappelli and Benny Goodman over his illustrious career.  His son Martin Pizzarelli is an accomplished jazz double-bassist.  Guitarist extraordinaire Frank Vignola has performed with such legendary artists as Ringo Starr, Madonna, Donald Fagen, Wynton Marsalis and Les Paul, who named Vignola to his “Five Most Admired Guitar List” for the Wall Street Journal.

Monty returns to Blue Note with this double feature on January 21st to kick off his week-long lineup.

A Legendary Jazz Trio Unites

 From January 22nd – 24th, Monty Alexander will perform with John Clayton and Jeff Hamilton; assembling one of the most legendary trios in all of jazz. They have worked together for over 40 years and have released many albums together, the most famous being “Live In Montreux,” one of the most celebrated jazz piano trio records of all-time.

A History of Reggae and the Music of Jamaica

On January 25th and 26th, the Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express will celebrate Jamaican music with special guestsErnest Ranglin, Jamaica’s legendary guitar master, and Chronixx.  Guitarist Ernest Ranglin’s sound defines the Jamaican sound for a generation of musicians. He has worked with Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, The Skatalites, and numerous other legendary reggae musicians.  Chronixx is the young Rastafarian artist whose rise in popularity over the last year has him being called reggae’s next superstar by many industry heavyweights.  Since the beginning of 2013, Chronixx has appeared on every major stage show in Jamaica, and is well-versed in the music business.  Chronixx was the ‘stage’ name his friends bestowed on him, replacing the name ‘Little Chronicle’ he was given as the ‘junior’ to his father, the artist Chronicle.

There are two shows each night throughout Monty Alexander’s lineup, and tickets are $20 at the bar, $35 for table reservations.  Doors for the 8PM show open at 6PM; doors for the 10:30PM show open at 9:45PM.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.bluenote.net.  Blue Note Jazz Club is located at 131 West 3rd Street in Greenwich Village.

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Miguel, Chronixx confirmed for final night of Reggae Sumfest 2013

MiguelTwo of the music world’s emerging superstars will be thrust into the spotlight at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay as American R&B singer, Miguel and Reggae sensation, Chronixx will headline International Night 2 of Reggae Sumfest 2013.

Miguel, whose hit single Adorn won this year’s Grammy Award for Best R&B Song will make his maiden trip to Jamaica for the show. Adorn, a soulful rendition of Marvin Gaye’s classic single, Sexual Healing topped the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts and was the feature track on his successful sophomore album, Kaleidoscope Dream, released last September.

Also known for hits such as Sure Thing, Where’s The Fun In Forever and Do You, Miguel has been associated with Jamaican music before as Dancehall superstar, Konshens remixed his Adorn single last summer.

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Popcaan allegedly disses Chronixx in new song

ChronixxThe buzz surrounding emerging Reggae sensation, Chronixx has been overwhelmingly positive since he burst onto the music scene in 2012. However, a new single by popular deejay, Popcaan has brought forth a hint of controversy involving the young singer.

Popcaan recently released the preview for his new single, Killa From Mi Bawn, which is allegedly diss song aimed at former Portmore Empire colleague, Black Ryno following their much talked about confrontation at STING last December. However, a line in the Milla 9 produced song raised some eyebrows over the weekend as the Gaza deejay says, “Chu some p**** hear man seh di party buck dem tink seh we party nuff, Not even Selassie or Jesus cyah save dem when di bl******t 40 buss”

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Mr. Vegas cops six 2013 IRAWMA nominations

Mr. VegasVeteran Dancehall/Reggae entertainers, Mr. Vegas and Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley lead the nominations list for the 2013 International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), scheduled to take place May 4 at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Vegas, who topped charts worldwide for his hit, Bruk It Down garnered six nominations including Best Male Disc Jockey/Rapper, Best Song and Best Crossover Song while his critically-acclaimed album, Sweet Jamaica earned a nod in the Best Album category.

Marley copped five nominations of his own, including the Bob Marley Award for Entertainer of the Year as well as Best Song for his number-one hit, Affairs of the Heart.

Newly-established mainstream stars, Konshens and Romain Virgo earned four nominations including Most Promising Entertainer while Sean Paul and Third World copped the same amount of nods.

Grammy-winning Reggae singer, Jimmy Cliff is one of four acts with three nominations, includign one for Entertainer of the Year where he contends with the likes of Stephen Marley, Tarrus Riley as well as the aforementioned Damian Marley, Third World, Romain Virgo and Sean Paul.

Other notables include Chronixx, No Maddz and Tommy Lee Sparta, who were each nominated for Best New Entertainer, Lady Saw, who contests rivals Tifa and Macka Diamond for Best Female Entertainer and rap legend turned Reggae crooner, Snoop Lion who earned a nod for Best Crossover Song (La La La).

Meanwhile, former Jamaican prime minister, the Hon. Edward Seaga, famed producer, Donovan Germain and the first winners of the Best Reggae Album Grammy, Black Uhuru will all be receiving special honors at IRAWMA.

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Shaggy to launch new record label in Kingston

ShaggyGrammy-winning Dancehall/Reggae musician, Shaggy will be launching his newly founded Ranch Entertainment record label in his native Kingston on February 26.

The highly-revered entertainer originally launched the Reggae-fusion entity in 2011 and held a function commemorating this venture inside the Santos Party House in New York City last June. Now, Shaggy is set to host a Jamaican launch at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records restaurant on Tuesday at their weekly, Behind The Screen event.

Shaggy has been hard at work building the Ranch Entertainment brand ever since splitting from long-time manager, Robert Livingston and his Big Yard label following an 18-year stint. Many of his colleagues at Big Yard are working with the singer at his new outlet as they try to introduce new and veteran artiste to the mainstream market overseas.

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Chronixx collabs with Major Lazer on new mixtape, to release EP this April

ChronixxEmerging Reggae star, Chronixx has garnered his share of praise and accolades in recent months and seeks to continue that in 2013 as he is set to unveil his next major project.

The 19-year-old singjay, whose real name is Jamar McNaughton will unveil his debut EP in April, as he seeks to shy away from voicing Riddim compilation in favor of recording singles for his growing fan base. According to Chronixx’s manager, Brendon’ Barnz’ Sharpe, this is being done strategically so the entertainer can better promote his work as supposed to being promoted as part of a project.

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Mavado set for 106 & Park return Friday, to perform during NBA all-star weekend

mavado-khaled-montana-ace-hoodWith his stock continuously growing in the United States, Mavado will capitalize on his high demand in the country by performing on two big stages in February.

The highly-revered Dancehall singjay will return to BET’s 106 & Park countdown show on Friday, where he is scheduled to give a solo performance, according to long-time manager, Julian Jones-Griffiths. This will mark the second appearance for the ‘Gully Gaad’ on the popular BET show after appearing alongside We The Best Music Group CEO, DJ Khaled, label mate, Ace Hood and Bad Boy recording artiste, French Montana.

Reportedly, Mavado will premiere the official video for the single, On Top of my Game alongside Brooklyn-based rapper, Papoose on the show.

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Romain Virgo shines, international stars dazzle at Jazz and Blues

Chronixx at Jazz and BluesFor three nights in January, the 2013 edition of the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival offered performances and moments leaving little doubt as to why it is one of the island’s premiere events.

On Thursday, crowds lined up in anticipation of a jam-packed opening night lineup at the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium as Jazz and Blues kicked off its 17th staging of the event. A decent turnout accompanied a bill headlined by legendary Reggae band, Third World, who were celebrating their 40th anniversary as a group.

Third World closed out an all-Jamaican opening night roster with a rousing set including hits such as Now That We Found Love, Forbidden Love, amongst a host of others. They were also honored for their vast contributions to the Jamaican music industry along with fellow Reggae legend, Ken Boothe, who celebrated his 50th year as a recording artiste. Boothe, along with Rootz Underground, Nadine Sutherland and Cocoa Tea all gave typically resounding efforts as they warmed up music fans for the heat that would be on display over the weekend.

Night two featured a buzzing crowd and with that, some stinging sets as some international flavour added taste to the Jazz and Blues show. The queen of R&B/Soul, Mary J. Blige made a sparkling debut on Jamaican soil as she interacted with her audience through classics like No More Drama, Be Without You and a host of others.

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