Darkness artiste Chronic Law, who is not known for doing many sit-down interviews, recently shared his story on his musical journey. Law Boss says he knew from primary school that music was his calling, and he could have left school earlier than he did to pursue his career to how confident he was of his success in the music industry.
The entertainer, in his interview with Jaii on his LET’S BE HONEST podcast, outlined how he got started in music and remained focused despite not having instant success in the music industry.
“Me is a youth weh as me tell yuh me record me self uzimi, me always deh roun my thing them me have me Youtube page long time and believe in a my thing and just a release and know seh well one day one a dem ah bingo yuh zeet. Me move from deh so, me get access to studio so a never like a idle we a idle we see the way a come,” Chronic Law revealed.
As he continued to share his journey, Law Boss was asked what song made him a household name in Jamaica today. The artiste revealed that both Hillside and Government. He also thanked Mad Daag and Bashy for believing in him from early in his musical endeavours.
Chronic Law also made some stunning revelations by outlining that one of the artistes who supported him before he got his break was Jahmiel. He then revealed that the subsequent lyrical feud between him and Jahmiel ‘bun’ him the most in his musical career.
Despite the many rumours and blogs which suggest that Chronic Law is no longer a member of the 6ixx Camp, the artiste was quick to dismiss those rumours by stating that he and the 6ixx Camp is on good terms.
Jaii went on to ask the entertainer about him not appearing at the recently concluded Reggae Sumfest, to which he replied that it was because of health reasons and that Reggae Sumfest organisers knew three weeks before the staging of the event.
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