Chronixx teams up with Free Nationals on “Eternal Light”

Songs from the GRAMMY-Nominated Chronology Scores Top Boy and New Fragrance Campaign by Jo Malone

Chronixx sets a perfectly-balanced mood on “Eternal Light,” backed by Free Nationals. The band formed by Anderson Paak collaborated with the Jamaican reggae heavy-hitter on their latest single that was released last week. The fusion of their sounds: the rippling bass guitar is a floating vehicle driving Chronixx’s effortless flow for one of his most soul-stirring tracks to date.

Anticipation for Chronixx’s next studio LP builds with this Free Nationals release, along with his show-stopping remix of Ed Sheeran’s & Justin Bieber’s “I Don’t Care” featuring Koffee. His presence in 2019 has also been felt through his impactful tour of Uganda, Jamaica, the U.S., and Europe during the promotion of his Dread & Terrible Project – 5th Anniversary (Deluxe Edition) (Soul Circle/Seed Distribution). In recent weeks, songs from the GRAMMY-nominated Chronology (Soul Circle) have made waves in the U.K.: “Skankin’ Sweet” scored a scene in the first episode of Top Boy (Season 3), and “I Can” is the soundtrack to Jo Malone’s “A London Gent” fragrance campaign.

On November 10th, Chronixx returns to England for a concert at Arena Birmingham with support from Koffee. One year ago in November, Chronixx sold out London’s Alexandra Palace, which attracted 10,000 fans. More tour dates to be announced.