Dancehall and Reggae music has a new star on the rise and his name is Chronic Law.
The artist whose birth name is Ackeme Campbell is from a small town called Yallahs situated on the east side of the island of Jamaica. He got his secondary education at the Morant Bay High School.
Even thou most lovers of reggae and dancehall music started hearing and learning about Chronic Law in late 2018 into 2019, he has been around for almost a decade when this article was written (February 2019). His first recording was done back in 2009, a hardcore dancehall track titled "War Dem A Ask fah" produced by Sting G Music Ltd on the Cemetary Riddim.
In September of 2018, the dancehall music's fraternity was introduced to a track titled "Government" produced by Cashflow Rinse & KevStar Records which was an instant hit with hardcore dancehall music's fans and soon everyone wanted to know who was the voice behind "Government" which was now turning into a monster hit single.
He has since released a number of chart-topping singles:
In August of 2018, Chronic law teamed up with producer Romaine McFarlane on a track titled "Stress Free" on his EastSyde Records label. It is reportedly gaining some traction on the airwaves.
Although Chronic Law is from the parish of Portland, he has a very huge fan base in the parish of St James. This is due to the fact that he is said to a member of the Montego Bay dancehall crew 6ix team which is headed by fellow dancehall newcomer Squash.
His music is now available on all digital music sharing platform for listening and purchasing.
The lawboss, Chronic Law, gave the world something for the girls in "Yo Have Me," produced by Young Genz Muziq.
This epic dancehall beat sports synth arpeggios and a crispy snare drum, as the artist calmly seduces his girl with some smooth, witty lyrics.