Jamaican Reggae artiste Chronixx says he may be one of Koffee’s biggest fans as he revealed just how much the young Grammy-winning singer has inspired him with her infectious creativity.

“Let’s talk about how much of a fan I am,” Chronixx said of Koffee as he beamed with pride and joy during a recent interview with Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning.

For Chronixx, such inspiration comes typically from older artistes who have already made an indelible mark within the industry, but it is different with Koffee. “She is making the best music of her generation already, even though her generation is not even really in their 20s yet,” he said.

“Koffee really made me a more exciting person musically, after seeing how she approaches her creativity, it was just like a breath of fresh air.”

Chronixx added, “whenever people used to tell me my music is such a breath of fresh air, it’s the first time I got to experience it from a artiste that was a few years younger than me. It’s just crazy”

In sections of the interview, the Likes singer was at almost a loss for words in explaining how proud he was of Reggae’s youngest icon, Koffee. “Before now, it was just the artistes older than myself or the more experienced artiste that I would get such a heavy inspiration from, but it’s such a beautiful thing to see it come from a young artiste in my time, in my generation.”

Chronixx’s latest single, Cool As The Breeze/Friday, may be one fruit of this new source of inspiration for the singer. The single radiates a similar island summer vibe found in Koffee’s Lockdown, which was released on July 17.

Cool As The Breeze/Friday will form part of his upcoming sophomore album, Dela Splash, which he says will be a “celebration of the festive side of music where everyone can understand and dance to.” Dela Splash is expected to be released later this year and will include the previously released tracks, Same Prayer and Dela Move.
-Dancehall Mag

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