Chronic Law

Chronic Law

CEH October 2022 New Dancehall Releases Spotlights Chronic Law

Written by: Lesandra Scott

In his latest release, “Walk With Faith”, Chronic Law said “Me nuh know weh me a go but me a walk wid faith”; a nod to his belief in the Most High. From Jamaica, St. Thomas to be precise, Ackeme Campbell, better known as Chronic Law, has been described as “a new generation Deejay/Singjay with his roots flowing from deep within the east side.”

The video shot by Glimpse Cinema features the Chronic Boss “holding a meds” near the sea as he laid it all on the Attomatic Records and Dan Sky produced track.  He speaks of living with his scars and not living with too much regret; “Me heart burn like CD, from me chest it eject”; and the fact that yes, people do make mistakes but in his eyes, trusting someone is the biggest one.

Chronic Law was first affiliated with the EastSyde Records label but in 2020, he made the move to open his own record label which he named 1Law Entertainment/1Law Records. Although folks started hearing and becoming familiar with Chronic Law in 2018/2019; the truth is he’s been around as long as 10 years prior.  Since 2018 he has been spitting out hit after hits which include “Bless Me”, “Hillside”, “Count My Blessing”, “Still A Bleed”, and “Empty”.

Later this month, Chronic Law is set to perform alongside Shenseea in Grenada on November 26th in a concert entitled “Fire and Ice”. Catch Chronic Law’s “Walk With Faith” and other new dancehall releases below!

 

1. Walk With Faith Chronic Law 0:45
2. Bye Bye Shenseea 0:45
3. Day One Popcaan & Intence - 0:45
4. Like Gold Masicka 0:45
5. North Carolina Valiant 0:45
6. Faded Away ft. Buju Banton Kabaka Pyramid 0:45
7. Repent Silk Boss 0:45
8. Flames In Ma Eyes Squash 0:45
9. Real Life Feen & Prince Swanny 0:45

Hashtags #ChronicLaw #Shenseea #Popcaan #Masicka #Valiant #KabakaPyramid #BujuBanton #SilkBoss #Squash #Feen #PrinceSwanny

 

 

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