Who are the richest reggae/dancehall artists alive today? All mainstream music genres have their own mega stars who are raking in millions every year. The likes of Jay-z, Diddy and 50 Cent comes to mind. But Reggae/dancehall artists are making paper too. Urban Islandz readers have been asking who the richest persons in reggae/dancehall are. We have the answer to that question. There are no doubts that if this list was for the all time richest reggae musician Bob Marley would top the list with an estimated worth of US$130 million. Marley, though is deceased is still richer than all the other reggae artists on the list combined. Bob goes down in history as one of the richest dead celebrity of all time. Here is a list of the richest reggae/dancehall artists alive today. JOIN QUIZGROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: http://join.quizgroup.com/?ref=108088
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JUSTICE SOUND 904 444 9444 CHRONIXX Jamar Rolando McNaughton Jr (born 10 October 1992 ), popularly known as Chronixx, is a Jamaican reggae artist. His stage name replaced the name "Little Chronicle" which he was given because of his father, the singer "Chronicle". Chronixx and his music has been branded as a "Reggae Revival," alongside other reggae musicians including Dre Island, Jah Bouks, Jah9, Protoje, Kelissa, Jesse Royal, Keznamdi and Kabaka Pyramid, his lyrical content revolves around themes of anti-war, romantic declarations and resiliency. McNaughton began songwriting at an early age and his father Jamar McNaughton Sr, known professionally as "Chronicle", began to nurture his musical aspirations. McNaughton wrote his first song, "Rice Grain", at the age of 5. During an interview with Okay Player Chronixx spoke on his early life "My music come from early beginnings, from childhood days. I used to sing at school, in church, and then my whole family sings. My daddy, Chronicle, caused me to be very exposed to music from a very tender age. That’s where the music started for me. Professionally now, that’s when I was in high school. I started producing. Making riddims. But the music go from then until now. When I was 15, 16 I started producing and it was a great vibe for me." He attended St Catherine High School in Spanish Town. He started his recording career at the age of 11, recording a Gospel track with producer Danny Browne (which was not released), and went on to provide harmony vocals for artists such as Lutan Fyah as well as beginning production work, creating rhythms used by artists such as Konshens. At the age of 14, he began producing and building riddims, including the Freezer riddim for Ice Box Records. In 2009 Chronixx's brother died which led to him writing with Romaine 'Teflon' Arnett of Zincfence Records.[ KABAKA PYRAMID, /////////////////////////JUSTICE SOUND////////////// Keron Salmon, known by his fans as Kabaka Pyramid, is an ever-evolving artist that has numerous ways of expressing his creativity. The ability to watch and learn from others around him has made him into somewhat of a Jack-of-all-trades. You can find him at Bebble Rock Studios, in his hometown Kingston, Jamaica, writing lyrics, producing tracks, engineering/recording himself or other artists, mixing songs, editing video/photos, or even learning to play the guitar! His passion for music began at early age when he would change the lyrics to popular songs and record his own version on his mother's tape recorder. What began as a humorous venture was actually a stepping stone for the artist we know today. Reggae music has always been a strong influence on the Kingstonian lyricist, but during high school it was Hip Hop music that captivated him, and you could find him walking to the canteen reciting his favorite Canibus or Inspectah Deck lines. The influence of both genres can be easily detected as he, and other Bebble Rock artists such as Koro-Fyah, seek to find the perfect fusion of the two cultural expressions. Recently Kabaka Pyramid has been appearing on the Live Music scene in Kingston with live performances at the Manifesto Jamaica Festival 2010, Jaria Reggae Month 2010, Jamaica Vybez, The Next Generation of Reggae, Bands Incoporated (Featured by The Indiggnation Band), and Conversations - just to name a few. The Conscious musician is a member of Manifesto Jamaica, which is an N.G.O. aiming to empower Jamaican youth through the arts and culture. Representing Manifesto JA, Kabaka has worked with friend and colleague Donisha Prendegast on the "Africa Unite" School Tour spreading the word of Rastafari and the liberation struggle in South Africa. Performing for the kids in school is an important part of Kabaka's vision for his musical career and is always willing to play his part in the movement. Mi Alright (feat. Kabaka Pyramid) - Chronixx Judgement - Chronixx Uptown Downtown - Dre Island Warrior - Chronixx Live Forever - Dre Island Liberal Opposer - Kabaka Pyramid Never Gonna Be a Slave - Kabaka Pyramid Warrior - Kabaka Pyramid Ft Protoje Eternal Fire - Chronixx Herb Defenda - Kabaka Pyramid Rasta Road (Rough Road Remix) - Green Lion Crew Ft Kabaka Pyramid, Chronixx, Dre Island Aint Know Giving In - Chronixx No Capitalist - Kabaka Pyramid Waiting For You - Kabaka Pyramid Most I - Chronixx Who Knows (feat. Chronixx) - Protoje Move Up - Dre Island Iyah Walk - Chronixx Rastafari Way - Dre Island Selassie Souljahz feat Sizzla Kalonji Protoje Kabaka Pyramid - Chronixx Tenement Yard (News Carrying Dread) [feat. Inner Circle] (2015 Remix) - Chronixx, Jacob Miller Smile Jamaica - Chronixx Behind Curtain - Chronixx The Revival - Kabaka Pyramid Access Granted - Chronixx Thanks & Praise - Chronixx Cyaan Do We Nothing(feat. Chronixx) Noah Issa Remix - Lutan Fyah