Three of Reggae's hottest new names will depart the island on Thursday, November 6th for a Reggae festival in Central America.
The trio of Chronixx, Protoje and Kabaka Pyramid along with other acts will leave Jamaica this week for the Rebel Music Festival in Costa Rica where they're slated to perform on two shows.
Speaking with the media, Reggae sensation Chronixx explained that he along with the other acts will be heading to the Spanish speaking country to start a musical fire as the people and the world have been asking for it.
"it's going to be a joy for I and I and the fans plus everybody will get a chance to see the movement."
Chronixx departure comes on the heels of a scintillating performance on Tuesday night at Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records in Kingston, Jamaica where he and the Zinc Fence band brought the house down with hits such as 'Behind Curtain', 'Warrior' and 'They Don't Know'.
Meanwhile, Protoje has been making an impact worldwide with his mega hit 'Rasta Love' featuring Ky-Mani Marley and recently released a video for his latest effort 'Kingston Be Wise'. Compatriot Kabaka Pyramid a producer/ artiste has also been making a name for himself locally.