Born Jamar Rolando McNaughton, Jr., this Jamaican dancehall and reggae vocalist is notable for his U.S. Billboard #1 reggae EP Dread & Terrible, as well as for his 2012 mixtape Start a Fire. In 2017, his hit album Chronology peaked at #1 on the U.S. charts.
He penned his first song "Rice Grain" when he was only five years old and recorded his first track when he was just eleven.
In 2014, he performed live at Central Park and was featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Born in Jamaica, he is the son of fellow musician Jamar McNaughton, Sr., also known as Chronicle, which is how his stage name came to be Chronixx.
He established a music production company called ZincFence Recordz that produced albums for Maverick Sabre, Jah Cure, and other notable musicians.