Set in his native country of Jamaica, Chronixx returns to his youthful days for the “Dela Move” video directed by Nabil Elderkin. The Spanish Town representer surrounds himself with musicians placed in nature as they conjure up rhythms native of Africa’s musical inventions. A young Chronixx is then seen running through the neighborhood breathing fire, presumably to symbolize the fervor lyrics that fill the melody.
In tandem with the video’s debut, Chronixx also shared the arrival of his sophomore album Dela Splash. The project is slated for release later this year, arriving three years after his debut album, Chronology.
“Knowing that where I’m from is a place of creativity gave me confidence as a creator,” he said in a press release statement. For his upcoming effort, Chronixx dips into a sonic world that’s a departure from his previous outputs. Per Vanity Fair, the Reggae artist said Dela Splash launched from a “dark” point in time. “It’s so much darker than anything else I’ve ever done,” he noted.
View the video above.