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Cindy, A Pass to perform at Chronixx music experience

Apas

The highly-anticipated ‘Kampala Love Live Music Experience’ is taking place tonight at the Ndere Cultural Centre featuring Jamaican reggae superstar Chronixx & the Zincfence Redemption Band as the headline act but the concert has much more in offering as some of the Ugandan best entertainers have also been added on the list of people to perform.

The sensational local lineup includes Cindy, A-Pass, and The Janzi Band alongside DJs Aludah, Ciza, Naselow and Ras Brown and the artistes will be performing before the main act as the deejays will play before and after Chronixx who is often referred to as one of the leaders of the recent “Reggae Revival” revolution.
This position has been solidified by hits such as Here Comes Trouble, Smile Jamaica, Who knows and The Dread & Terrible album project which topped both the Billboard and iTunes reggae charts in 2015. In his music Chronixx mixes anti-war messages, calls for equality and positivity. Using a 10 piece live band called the Zinc Fence Redemption; Chronixx is modernising reggae staples and breathing new life into the roots of the reggae movement.

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