Chronic Law takes aims to be Stress Free

Chronic Law takes aims to be Stress Free

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Friday, December 01, 2017

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ST Thomas has notable roster of musical artistes, including Morgan Heritage, Bushman and Tarrus Riley.

Newcomer Chronic Law is hoping to score similar success and represent for the parish. He makes his case with his latest single Stress Free.

Produced by Romaine McFarlane, Stress Free was released in August via EastSyde Records. It is reportedly gaining some traction on the airwaves.

“I've been working hard to make it in the music biz for a while now, and I'm ready to take my career to the next level. My song is getting a lot of airplay, and I am very grateful for the support it's receiving. This is a good look for my career, things are looking very bright,” Chronic Law told Jamaica Observer.

To increase the promotion of Stress Free, the artiste recently released a music video.

God Nah Sleep and Upset Days are two other songs that Chronic Law is also promoting. He also recently released a mix tape titled 61X.

“I have a couple of other songs out that are also getting good support, and my mixtape is also doing well,” he said.

Chronic Law, given name Ackeme Campbell, is from Yallahs. He is a former student of the Morant Bay HighSchool.

He made his recording debut in 2009 with the song War Dem A Ask Fah.


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