Digital Music Streaming platform Audiomack has been blazing it up with their “Bless The Yaad” series since they launched it in September 2021. They have gained quite the following thanks to performances from some of Dancehall’s brightest names, leaving unforgettable impressions on their fans. For their 16th and final episode, the “Law Boss” Chronic Law closes out the series in style.
Born Akeeme Campbell, and hailing from Yallahs, St. Thomas, Chronic Law has elevated himself to becoming one of the leading voices in the newer generation of Dancehall Artists. While he has been on the grind for a number of years, it wasn’t until singles like “Hillside”, “Government”, “Hilltop Badness”, “Bless Me”, “Nuh Trust Nobody”, and “Watch Man” that he soon became the talk of the town, and a name to know in various parts of the world. When he speaks, the people listen, and with a TGUT Riddim, Chronic Law advances with the lyrics effortlessly like a General in a heated battle. If you haven’t been familiar with him, now is the time to get your mind, headphones, and speakers in tune with the “Law Boss”! Fully 6ix, fully dark!
“Bless The Yaad” is the Caribbean version to the popular Audiomack series, “Bless The Booth”. The series is executive produced by Tanya Lawson, with audio by TGUT and Flaire, and video by Sage English. The series premieres every Wednesday with a new featured Artist, and is filmed at the Reggae Legends Villa in Kingston, Jamaica.
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