Monday, 27 November 2017 17:51

Chronixx Captivates

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Skinner Park was the scene of what was arguably the most prolific concert to hit the Southland in years.

Jamar McNaughton, more popularly known as Chronixx, performed to a sold-out crowd at the South venue.

He started his two-hour set with older hits before moving on to songs from his recently-released Chronology album.

Dionne Baptiste was there and compiled this report.

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