Chronic Law, one of the most popular dancehall artists from the current talent pool, has built a dedicated following by using his personal experiences to create motivational music and anthems that mirror the darker times in his life.
He is known for his strong work ethic, which rivals that of many top acts, and his fans support him enthusiastically.
In his latest musical exploit, Chronic Law collaborates with Crown Media House and Hundred Hours Entertainment, two US-based producers, on his new single “Gangstas Prayer,” which explores the people and places he encounters on his journey. Trust is a crucial theme for the deejay; who is quick to exit or defend himself whenever he senses discomfort.
The deejay’s signature melodic flow shines through in this song, which is expected to be a standout release for him this year. Crown Media House and Hundred Hours Entertainment have worked with other well-known artists, including Jada Kingdom, Malie Donn, IWaata, and Darrio.
Late last year, Prism Marketing Consultants reported that Chronic Law had curated a cache of songs for five albums. Although no specific details were given, the artist, whose real name is Akeeme Campbell, stated that he would continue to release new music while finalizing plans for his sophomore album.
Since his debut in 2018 with the hit songs “Government” and “Hill Top Badness,” Chronic Law’s style has evolved significantly as a result of his experiences, increased focus, and exposure.