Chronixx Performs “Here Comes Trouble” On Jimmy Fallon Late Night Show!


Reggae artist, Chronixx  is being crowned as Jamaica’s music savior.  The rising star is lighting the music industry with flames of his conscious lyrics which centers around his cultural roots along with the socio-economic and political injustices that continue to plague our nation.

Chronixx made his US television debut last night on Jimmy Fallon’s late night show. He is the first reggae artist to appear on ‘The Tonight Show’ since Jay Leno retired in February. Chronixx along with his band ‘Zinc Fence Redemption’ issued a live performance of Chronixx smash hit single  ‘Here Comes Trouble’.

Watch his performance below:

Chronixx new album ‘Dread & The Terrible Project ‘ is available in stores right now and on itunes . Download and get your copy – it’s purchase worthy.


If your in the New York City area, head over to Central Park to watch Chronixx and Junior Reid for a special live performance FREE of charge this Saturday June 26, 2014.


Jamaica’s newest music hero Chronixx is having another big year, and Tuesday July 22 he’ll add another notch to his red, gold and green belt when he makes his U.S. television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The “Here Comes Trouble” singer will be the first reggae artist to appear on The Tonight Show since Fallon (and the Roots) took over the late-night institution from Jay Leno in February. He’ll be backed live by his band, Zincfence Redemption. Chronixx and Zincfence’s appearance comes just days ahead of their highest-profile U.S. concert appearance to date, as the headliner for LargeUp’s inaugural Central Park SummerStage concert presented with OkayplayerFederation Sound and Rice & Peas on July 26.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs at 11:35pm ET on NBC.

The Dread and Terrible Project.

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