Akeeme Campbell, born on 17 December 1993 in Yallahs in east Jamaica, is a dancehall and reggae DJ and singer. He is a big fan of Bob Marley, Wiz Kalifa, and Snoop Dogg. “War Dem A Ask fah” is the 1st dancehall track recorded on Cemetary riddim in 2009 and produced by Sting G Music Ltd. Romaine McFarlane, producer of EastSyde Records label released a track titled “Stress-Free “in August 2018. Cashflow Rinse & KevStar Records then produced a track titled “Government” in September 2018. Campbell has made a good number of tracks that have topped the chart such as Celebrate, Never Stop Try, Born Fi Diss, Circumstances amongst many others. “Yo Have Me,” is a title track Chronic did for the ladies and it was produced by Young Genz Muziq. In 2019 alone, he has proved to be climbing the ladder of success in the music industry. He had at least 2 albums and 1 EP done, namely Vvs Riddim, High Time Riddim, and Pain in 2019, respectively. Pain was recorded under VPAL Music, Hemton Music, and Flydiewise Production. His fans are caught up in a frenzy of his ever captivating work. He has definitely taken leaps and bounds in working with a variety of talented producers. We are very expectant for more songs to come from Chronic Law.

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