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CHRONIXX NOMINATED FOR MOBO awards on Oct. 22 @one876 @iamchronixx Featured

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Reggae singers Chronixx and Tarrus Riley, deejays Alkaline, Popcaan and the UK-based Stylo G are nominees for the Best Reggae Act at this year’s MOBO Awards.


The nominations were announced yesterday in London. The 19th staging of the event takes place October 22 in that city at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

Chronixx is arguably the hottest act in contemporary reggae. His EP, Dread & Terrible, shot to number one on the Billboard Reggae Album chart.

Following his performance on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in July, the EP and his single Here Comes Trouble, moved up Billboard’s Reggae Album and Digital Reggae Singles charts.
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DID KARTEL SHED A TEAR??? @one876 @bounce876

Did Kartel shed a tear when he left the courtroom upon hearing the verdict of GUILTY???

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