Chronic Law has continued this 2020 just as he finished 2019. The 6IX crew member has released 3 very different tracks since the turn of the year and they are all pretty deep in their own way. Born Akeeme Campbell the talented 27 year old has steadily risen to fame in the last 2 years with bangers like Cyan Cool and One Family alongside 6IX Boss Squash.
Akeeme got embroiled in the 6IX/Vendetta beef last year and exchanged words with Alkaline. He also had another personal beef with Jahvillani which made headlines. Hailing from Portland, Chronic Law‘s music is unique. He is able to switch up his flow well with poignant tracks like his latest tune Tribute. He kicked off the year with Cyan Stop Bad with Shabdon Records. The gritty track showcases another side to him with heavy punchlines and similes. He switched things up in his next track Eiffle which was must slower. You also get to appreciate his voice in the track produced by TroubleMekka Music.
His versatility puts him in good stead to survive in this industry and compete with other deejays like Vybz Kartel and Alkaline. With a steady crew alongside 6IX Boss Squash, Chronic Law is in a good position to thrive. The other thing he has in his favour is the rate at which he makes music. Vybz Kartel and Popcaan used to be the poster boys of releasing music on a weekly basis. But, in 2019 Chronic Law got to a level where he was producing 5 tracks a month on his Vevo Channel.
With three tracks already this year expect 2 more bangers before the month is up. He clearly has a lot to offer the industry and we look forward to lot more from him. All the best to him. I just hope he is able to stay out of trouble which normally happens in dancehall once you start getting good traction.