Chronixx has just dropped off a calming new single titled “Same Prayer,” tapping fellow Jamaican artist Kabaka Pyramid to feature on the song and Zion I Kings to produce it. The mellow track is a tranquil take on the many emotions that everyone goes through in life, and in essence, is meant to represent a “mantra of positivity and strength.”
“There’s so much good in the world and still evil a lurk,” Chronixx says in one of his verses, referencing the ongoing issues around race today. “In the darkness a night, Jah protect I and I from the ones who nuh care about the fact that we share the same air and the blood that we bleed is alike.” Kabaka carries similar sentiments when he takes the mic, offering optimistic thoughts for the future saying “any pain that I feel, time will heal.”
“‘Same Prayer’ is, in part, a prayer for the younger generation to reflect on internally,” Chronixx stated. “It’s also a reminder that there is a greater power directing things in the physical space. Instead of looking for solutions in our material lives, we can both reach out to this higher power and look deep within ourselves.”
The record follows behind Chronixx’s single “Dela Move,” which was released in March. Both songs are slated to be on the reggae artist’s upcoming sophomore album, Dela Splash, set for later this year.
Listen to “Same Prayer” in the player above or stream it now below.